New York’s Legislature has started reshaping some of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s key proposals.
The compromise might be enough to short-circuit an effort in the Legislature to throw out medical marijuana regulations proposed by Christie’s administration.
Agenda items include renaming the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel for Gov. Hugh L. Carey, a Democrat credited with bringing New York City from the edge of bankruptcy in the 1970s.
New Jersey’s General Assembly has called on the Christie administration to relax its strict proposal to regulate medical marijuana.
The Senate has a 32-30 Democratic majority. The pending results could change that balance of power.
State lawmakers are predicting a dramatic change at Connecticut’s Capitol when Dan Malloy takes office in January.
The flow of $200,000 of campaign cash last week alone to Democratic Senate leader John Sampson shows the quiet effort to maintain the Democrats’ one-vote majority in that chamber.
Even as lawmakers settled on a state spending plan Tuesday night, the budget along with more taxes and fees could drastically change the way the average New Yorker lives.
A day after the Legislature passed one of the latest state budgets in New York history, Gov. David Paterson says he’ll still push lawmakers for his property tax cap.
New York State finally has a budget. At four months overdue, it’s one of the latest budgets ever. The state Senate voted Tuesday night to approve the $136 billion spending plan.
Gov. Paterson has vetoed 23 policy bills from the Legislature, including a pension sweetener for prison guards. Another vetoed bill would have slapped a tooth decay warning label on “sippy cups.”
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York’s Legislature is scheduled to return to session to close the state budget that was due April 1. But little if any action is expected at the Wednesday evening session. […]
Paterson announced an extraordinary session for Wednesday beginning at 6 p.m. Budget isn’t finished.