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The investigation marks a rare instance in which a member-elect’s residency has been officially investigated.
It’s been nearly six months since the moratorium, aimed at protecting the environment, passed the state legislature.
Housing Works, which already sells books and used clothes, will soon be selling weed as well.
The New York State health department says it doesn’t release public data on pediatric hospital capacity, leaving parents less informed about their options as RSV, the flu and COVID-19 thrive.
Elected officials are also ramping up efforts to combat hate crimes throughout the city and state.
The measures are a precaution, and there is no known threat in New York at this time.
Parts of New York will be off limits to recreational dispensaries for the time being after an entrepreneur won a federal injunction against the state’s equity program.
The governor promised to expand clemency powers last year, but has so far only commuted one sentence.
In its initial funding recommendations, the New York State Opioid Settlement Fund Advisory Board set aside $8 million for an organization whose founder sits on the board.
A new state law taking effect Monday requires toy guns be clear or brightly colored to limit confusion.