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When a Public Official Sells Feminism, Who Is Being Empowered? (Jezebel, April 18, 2018)
As Senate hangs in the balance, all eyes are on Westchester and The Bronx (Legislative Gazette, April 18, 2018)
Make it easier to access state records (The Daily Gazette, April 18, 2018)
When is New York's primary? The answer is complicated (AM New York, April 17, 2018)
Blair Horner: New York Needs To Reduce Diesel Emissions (WAMC, April 16, 2018)
NYC college takes lead on green energy with array of solar panels (Daily News, April 16, 2018)
State Senate ordered to reveal guidelines for taxpayer-funded mailers (Albany Times Union, April 16, 2018)
Even Newer Subway Signals Cause Headaches on F Train (The New York Times, April 15, 2018)
Blair Horner: Trump Administration Pushes For More Auto Pollution And More Climate Change (WAMC, April 9, 2018)
NYS Board of Elections weakens its watchdog (WBFO, April 8, 2018)
Meet the Brit in charge of fixing NYC's subway (BBC News, April 8, 2018)
State BOE moves to curb autonomy of enforcement counse (Albany Times Union, April 6, 2018)
A reform-free state budget for New York? (Spectrum News, April 4, 2018)
Rod Watson: You know it's bad when New York's ways even ensnare a nun (Buffalo News, April 4, 2018)
Blair Horner: The Budget Wraps Up (WAMC, April 3, 2018)
New York Taxi Drivers See State Fee as Blow to Battered Industry (The Wall Street Journal, April 1, 2018)
New York City Transit Chief: Subway Signal Overhaul Could Be Done in 10 to 15 Years (The Wall Street Journal, March 29,2018)
Pay raise for Albany lawmakers being negotiated as part of the state budget (Spectrum News, March 28, 2018)
Blair Horner: The NY State Budget Deadline Looms (WAMC, March 27, 2018)
Progressive items drop out of budget negotiations (City and State, March 27, 2018)
NYPIRG Friends Event in Albany — May 23, 2018 — RSVP today!
NYPIRG Counts Down 10 Steps to Green NY: Ban Plastic Bags
NYPIRG Responds to Governor Cuomo’s Energy Efficiency Announcement
NYPIRG Counts Down 10 Steps to Green NY: Reduce Food Waste
10 Steps to Green NY: Over 100 Groups Call on Gov to Lead Nation on Energy Efficiency
NYPIRG Counts Down 10 Steps to Green NY: Stop All Fossil Fuel Infrastructure Expansion
New York's leading civic organizations call for action to respond to the state's corruption crises.
Roadmap to Reform
NYPIRG Counts Down 10 Steps to Green NY: Say No To Nukes
NYPIRG Counts Down 10 Steps to Green NY: Speed Up Wind Power Development
NYPIRG Counts Down 10 Steps to Green NY: Fully Implement Diesel Emissions Reduction Act
NYPIRG Counts Down 10 Steps to Green NY: Pick Up the Solar Slack
NYPIRG Counts Down 10 Steps to Green NY: Ban Fossil Fuel Cars
NYPIRG Policy Close Up: 100% Electric Cars
NYPIRG and 185 groups across New York urge plastic bag ban
NYPIRG and other leading civic organizations respond to the important ethics issues raised during the Joseph Percoco trial, which went to the jury today.
Policy Paper: NYPIRG Examines New York State's Tobacco Control Program
NYPIRG Reviews Doctor Population In NYS
News Release: NYPIRG urges Governor Cuomo to include plastic bag law in 30 day budget amendments
Policy paper: NYPIRG examines the negative environmental impacts of plastic bag use