Scott Stringer

City Officials: E-Cigarette Ads Are Targeting Kids, Must StopComptroller Scott Stringer said the companies are using the old playbook of the tobacco industry when it comes to targeting young people.
Comptroller Stringer: Total Overhaul Needed For NYC's HIV/AIDS Housing ProgramStringer released an audit Thursday showing the city routinely failed to inspect housing sites and did not properly manage vendors.
Comptroller Stringer: Families Living 'Daily Nightmare' At NYC Homeless SheltersMost of New York City's homeless are living in deplorable conditions, and part of the problem may be not enough staff to oversee shelters, according to a new report.
Comptroller: NYC Public Housing Ill-Prepared For EmergenciesHe also said NYCHA does not maintain accurate databases of generators needed in a power failure or of disabled residents who may need extra help to evacuate.
Comptroller: Nearly 1 Million New Yorkers Lack Health InsuranceStringer noted that neighborhoods with large immigrant and younger populations saw much higher rates, with more than 22 percent of residents lacking coverage.
Poll: 48 Percent Of Voters Don't Want De Blasio Re-Elected, But He Leads In 2017 RaceA new poll finds that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio continues to have a mixed approval rating.
With Rat Complaints On The Rise, NYC Redoubles EffortsThe city's complaint hotline is on pace for a record year of rat calls, exceeding the more than 24,000 over each of the last two years.
Comptroller Stringer: NYC Pays Out Record Amount In Fiscal Year 2014 To Settle Claims Against NYPDThe settlements covered the last six months of the Bloomberg administration and the first six months of the de Blasio administration.
Stringer: Christie Doesn't Deserve To Be President After Killing Hudson River Tunnel ProjectNew York City Comptroller Scott Stringer pulled no punches Wednesday by ripping New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for killing a planned Hudson River tunnel.
Comptroller Seeks Workers Cheated Out Of Millions In Pay By City ContractorsComptroller Scott Stringer said Wednesday 1,056 people who worked for contractors that did business with the city are owed a total of more than $3.7 million.
Comptroller: NYC Paid $138 Million In Settlements Related To Pothole Damage, InjuriesManhattan's Third Avenue, Second Avenue and Broadway led the the way in trip and fall claims related to potholes between 2010 and 2015.
Eric Garner's Family On $5.9 Million Settlement: Don't Congratulate Us, This Is Not A Victory"Don't congratulate us. This is not a victory," Garner's mother Gwen Carr said. "The victory will come when we get justice."

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