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Jury selected for Skelos corruption retrial (Newsday, June 19, 2018)
State Legislature outlaws revenge porn, passes other uncontroversial bills (City & State, June 19, 2018)
Horner, Wilson push lawmakers to pass good government bills (Spectrum News, June 18, 2018)
Uncertainty looms as State Legislature enters the end of session (Newsday, June 17, 2018)
New Yorkers are spurning public transport for ride sharing (New York Post, June 17, 2018)
Student leaders from NY public colleges lobby for more support (WCAX Channel 3, June 12, 2018)
NY Legislature approves banning minors from tanning booths (Newsday, June 12, 2018)
City budget includes $106 million for Fair Fares (Brooklyn Daily Eagle, June 12, 2018)
Organizations sign on to back proposed SHIELD legislation (Buffalo Law Journal, June 12, 2018)
Chester supervisor Jamieson to face Albany court hearing, Town Board meeting this week (Times-Herald Record, June 11, 2018)
Straphangers, Advocates Take Fight for ‘Fair Fares’ to City Hall Steps (The Forum, June 7, 2018)
A.G. Underwood Announces Broad Support For Shield Act From Major Business And Consumer Groups (LongIsland.com, June 6, 2018)
Progressive groups are launching a movement to create a public bank in New York City (Mic.com, June 6, 2018)
New York Community, Worker Rights, Economic Justice, and Environmental Groups Call on City to Establish a Public Bank and Divest from Wall Street (Common Dreams, June 5, 2018)
Task force created by City Council recommends CUNY go tuition-free (Gotham Gazette, June 1, 2018)
Close up campaign account loophole (Niagara Gazette, May 31, 2018)
New York poised to ban anyone younger than 18 from tanning salons (Newsday, May 30, 2018)
'Zombie' campaign funds don't die when political careers do (Plattsburgh Press-Republican, May 31, 2018)
NYPIRG: 'Warwick is helping lead the way' (The Warwick Advertiser, May 24, 2018)
Subway improvement master plan focuses on quickly updating signal system, sources say (AM New York, May 23, 2018)
NYPIRG's 2018 Legislative Review
As End of Legislative Session Draws Near, NYPIRG and Other Civic Organizations Call for Overhaul of Ethics Enforcement to Restore Public Trust in Government
NYPIRG Updates Interactive Drinking Water Website, ID's NY Airports as PFOS Hotbeds
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