Republished with permission from the Legislative Gazette On November 10th, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the legislation S.52A/A.5991A into law that would protect New Yorkers’ First Amendment rights from strategic lawsuits aimed at intimidating critics, journalists, or activists.  In a SLAPP lawsuit, an acronym for a “strategic lawsuit against public participation,” […]

Republished with permission from the Legislative Gazette Sen. Jen Metzger on Tuesday conceded the race for the 42nd State Senate District following a prolonged count of mail-in ballots in the Hudson Valey and Catskills. Three weeks after Election Day, most of the approximately 30,000 absentee and affidavit ballots have been […]

Republished with permission from The Legislative Gazette. First-time political candidate John Cummings is taking on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in New York’s 14th Congressional District – a contest that has drawn national attention, and campaign donations, from Democrats and Republicans alike in one of the most expensive races this election season. Ocasio-Cortez is a […]

Reposted with permission from The Legislative Gazette. As early voting kicks into gear and Election Day approaches, New York’s general election for the 41st District’s State Senate seat puts two small business owners in the race. Democrat Karen Smythe challenges Republican incumbent Sue Serino to represent the mid-Hudson Valley this […]

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