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Group makes final push for $12 NYC congestion charge (Daily News, March 22, 2018)
Blair Horner: Sunshine Week In America, But Pitch Darkness In Albany (WAMC, March 20, 2018)
Cuomo Says His Name Was ‘Never Mentioned.’ It Was. 136 Times. (The New York Times, March 18, 2018)
The Week Ahead in New York Politics, March 19 (Gotham Gazette, March 19, 2018)
Joseph Percoco, Ex-Cuomo Aide, Found Guilty in Corruption Trial (The New York Times, March 13, 2018)
The Percoco guilty verdict and ethics reform in Albany (Spectrum News March 15, 2018)
New Windsor’s revision of ethics code has critics (Times Herald Record, March 14, 2018)
Students urge legislators to help in fight for higher ed. funding (The Legislative Gazette, March 13, 2018)
Blair Horner: Fukushima Anniversary And NY’s Subsidies Of Nuclear Power (WAMC, March 13, 2018)
Host Alan Chartock is joined by Blair Horner of the New York Public Interest Research Group (WAMC, March 9, 2018)
Cuomo proposes millions go to NY election protections (Spectrum News, March 9, 2018)
Queens firm jacked up Battery Tunnel fix-up costs by $68M, stands to claim $1.4M bonus for finishing early (Daily News, March 8, 2018)
Riders Want City to Speed Up New Technology for Buses (City Limits, March 7, 2018)
Orange set to vote on Pay-to-Play repeal (Times Herald Record, March 6, 2018)
Reform being ignored amid corruption trials (Spectrum News, March 6, 2018)
Blair Horner: New York's Ethical Failings (WAMC, March 5, 2018)
Percoco trial reveals some unsavory but legal practices (WXXI, March 5, 2018)
After six weeks, Percoco trial goes to jury (The Buffalo News, March 2, 2018)
As Percoco jury deliberates, Cuomo stays silent (Spectrum News, March 2, 2018)
Defense Rests Its Case in Major New York Corruption Trial (The New York Times, February 27, 2018)
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
Report: Sick, Scared, and Separated from Loved Ones III
News Release: Sick, Scared, and Separated from Loved Ones III
News Release: As Percoco trial begins, Reformers call for strong anti-corruption measures
NYPIRG Statement on NYC Climate Damages Suit and Fossil Fuel Divestment
Sick, Scared, and Separated from Loved Ones II: Hospital Visitation Progress and Problems
Sick, Scared, and Separated from Loved Ones: Hospital Visitation Policy Report
News Release: Watchdog Groups Unveil "roadmap" to Curbing Corruption In New York, Kicking Off Their Restore Public Trust Campaign
Letter: Watchdog Groups Call for "Restore Public Trust" Reforms in Albany
News Release: Nearly 1.8 Million New Yorkers Without Full Representation
NYPIRG Statement on Governor's SUNY and CUNY MOE Veto
Trouble In Toyland: Report finds Dangerous & Toxic Toys Locally
News Release: NYPIRG's 32nd Trouble In Toyland Report Released
NYPIRG Statement on Clean Power Plan Repeal
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