Carlucci cites a study that found $7 million in uncollected tolls over a four year period at the Tappan Zee Bridge alone.
State inspections found children isolated in closets, subjected to corporal punishment and humiliated in New York day care centers that saw little state oversight and enforcement, according to a report released by the state Senate’s Independent Democratic Conference.
Mayor Bloomberg said he believes the opportunity for the kind of corruption alleged against the political leaders arose because political parties are part and parcel of New York City’s elections.
New York lawmakers have voted on a bill that requires a mandatory question about donor registration to appear on driver’s license applications.
An effort is underway to remove the handcuffs from police dogs in New York state… figuratively, of course.
Ossining Village Mayor William Hanauer is adjusting to the new political reality as state lawmakers carved up legislative districts with an eye toward preserving majority power.
More than a dozen elected officials are asking Gov. Andrew Cuomo to reconsider the slimmed-down, $5.2 billion replacement for the Tappan Zee Bridge that has been fast-tracked for federal approvals.
St. Sen. David Carlucci is urging Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign the Power New York Act of 2011.
Some lawmakers in Albany want a state law to prohibit doctors from wearing neckties in hospitals. The proposal cites a study that shows bacteria that could lead to serious infection can be carried on ties and other loose-fitting clothing.
It’s not about cutting bloated salaries, says State Senator Carlucci, but protecting the vital services for a vulnerable population.