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Stop construction of Cricket Valley Energy Center (Poughkeepsie Journal, November 19, 2017)
Capital Region ethics boards defunct, or work in secret (Albany Times Union, November 19, 2017)
The Subway Might Seem Crowded, But Ridership Is on the Decline (WNYC, November 16, 2017)
In the Best of Times, the Worst of Rides (The New York Times, November 16, 2017)
Cricket Valley power plant work underway, sparks protests (Poughkeepsie Journal, November 15, 2017)
Online Voter Registration on Verge of Passage in New York City (Gotham Gazette, November 10, 2017)
The Con Con Blow Out (Spectrum News, November 9, 2017)
Ballot Measure Authorizing State Constitutional Convention Fails (Leicester Post, November 9, 2017)
Pension forfeit measure would help fight corruption, experts say (Newsday, November 8, 2017)
Unions flexed muscle in defeat of Con Con (Niagara Gazette, November 8, 2017)
Accessibility Upgrade Exclusion Protested (Queens Gazette, November 8, 2017)
In brief: the three propositions on the NYS ballot (North Country Public Radio, November 7, 2017)
Pension? Not for Corrupt Lawmakers Anymore in New York (Governing, November 7, 2017)
NYPIRG's Blair Horner answers voters' questions about the Constitutional Convention question on the November 7th ballot (WCNY, November 6, 2017)
Election Day ballot questions cover constitutional convention and more (AM New York, November 6, 2017)
Here Are The 3 Propositions To Vote On In New York On Tuesday (WVIK, November 6, 2017)
New York Voters Can Make Crooked Politicians Pay (The New York Times, November 5, 2017)
Voters to rule on constitutional convention, 2 other propositions (Newsday, November 5, 2017)
Departure of Assembly Ethics Official Prompts Calls for Broader Reforms (Gotham Gazette, November 3, 2017)
Propositions Two and Three on Tuesday's ballot face little opposition (WXXI News, November 2, 2017)
NYPIRG Statement on Clean Power Plan Repeal
Read Our Voters Guide to the Proposed 2017 Ballot Questions
Tale of the Tape: NYPIRG 2017 Legislative Review
Albany Money Machine 2017
NYPIRG Statement on Gov's NYS Health Insurance Pledge
Release: Interactive Website with Local Water Data Goes Live
Statement on NYS Regulations to Curtail Discriminatory Auto Insurance Rates
NYPIRG and other good government groups call for the NYS Senate to end the practice of diverting stipends for committee chairs to other committee members
Former SEC Commissioner on NY AG's Exxon Investigation
50+ NY Lawyers Support AG Schneiderman's ExxonMobil Investigation
100+ Scientists Release Letter Urging AG to Pursue His ExxonMobil Investigation
New Analysis: State Documents Reveal ExxonMobil Pollution in New York State
Release: 350+ groups gather in support of AG's Big Oil investigation
Emphasizing the Massive Cost of Cuomo's Nuke Bailout to Energy Consumers, Albany Advocates Urge State Legislature to Block His Plan & Take His Own Advice on Indian Point: Close Upstate Nuke Plants Too
NYPIRG Reactions to State of the State Addresses
NYPIRG Statement Regarding the Reported Agreement to Close the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant
Trouble In Toyland: 2016 Survey Finds Recalled Toys in Online Stores
New study: closing upstate's aging nuclear power plants can reduce NY's greenhouse gases & save ratepayers money. 'Green' power can dramatically increase safety & job creation.
Analysis: Despite Increase in Voter Registration, Turnout Fell Throughout New York State, Dips Uneven Throughout New York City (source: nypirgstudents.org)
Attend The Only Way Is Up: A Citywide Discussion to Boost Voter Turnout in New York on Friday, November 18th in Manhattan.