Rebecca C. Lewis

Governor Cuomo at the Javits Center announcing the completion of the 1,000-bed temporary hospital there.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo followed a pandemic playbook in his response, but it wasn’t enough to curb the new coronavirus.
Policy
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A man jogs along a section of the Grand Concourse in the Bronx that has been temporarily closed in an effort to provide more social distancing space.
Rounding up the week’s political news
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New York City Department of Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia
Kathryn Garcia talks about tackling food insecurity during the coronavirus, and her many other jobs.
Personality
personality
A nearly empty Grand Central during the middle of the day on Tuesday, March 24th.
Life has changed in a multitude of ways.
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What will happen to pot legalization amidst the coronavirus outbreak?
Albany lawmakers still disagree with Cuomo on how to use tax revenues from pot sales.
Policy
policy
Assemblyman Joe Lentol
His bill would go further than any other measure, but its legality is unclear.
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A nearly deserted Albany this week.
Rounding up the week’s political news
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Governor Cuomo announcing an agreement on a paid sick leave bill.
On top of possible restrictions on changing Medicaid, the governor could face reduced tax revenues due to the coronavirus.
Policy
policy
Governor Cuomo at a charter school rally in 2014.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues to back charters, but he’s unlikely to flex his influence in the state Legislature.
Policy
policy
Staten Island Borough President James Oddo
It depends almost entirely on their personality.
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Rebecca C. Lewis
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