Republican Assemblyman Jack Ciatarelli said it’s all about having an even playing field.
On Sunday, Schumer said there were three near-misses reported at JFK between drones and aircraft just last week.
As the de Blasio administration considers reversing a 1999 ban on ferrets as pets in New York City, one ferret advocate said the plan to regulate the animals is “wrong.”
Sen. Charles Schumer and Rep. Tim Bishop are calling on the FAA to extend the over-the-water route regulation for helicopters flying to and from Long Island’s East End.
The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection has scheduled a hearing on proposed regulations for the state’s new medical marijuana law.
New York City Councilman Peter Vallone Jr. (D-22nd) introduced legislation Tuesday that would either ban or introduce tight regulations on costumed characters in New York City.
Tough new gun control measures kick in Saturday throughout New York State.
Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday rejected proposals by a health panel that would have increased taxes and regulations on alcohol, according to a published report.
After the NYPD conducted surveillance on Muslims in New Jersey, a state legislative committee there has advanced a bill that would require out-of-state law enforcement to notify state officials before such an operation.
Gov. Chris Christie was headed to Princeton Friday evening to tell students what he’d like to do to make New Jersey better for business. He often said that tight regulations and high taxes in his state give businesses a reason to move out.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for new regulations to require banks to clearly and briefly describe checking account fees now buried in applications that can be more than 100 pages long.
The renaissance many of New Jersey’s downtowns have enjoyed has been put in peril by the economic downturn, as business owners find themselves squeezed by high rents and low revenue.
The city’s Taxi and Limousine Commission voted unanimously to amend existing regulations to require that drivers maintain “a professional appearance.”
Medical marijuana advocates said Thursday the state has gone too far with its proposed regulations for using the drug as medicine.
Many banks are dealing with the loss of money from credit card regulations by finding new fees that customers could soon face.