10 Steps to a Greener New York

10 steps
From advocating for policies that combat climate change, to protecting critical water resources, to reducing waste, NYPIRG fights to protect the environment of New York State and its residents.
With climate deniers leading federal policy, NYPIRG has released 10 steps New York must take to be a national environmental leader.
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Primary results could lead to shift in power at NY Capitol  (News 10, September 17, 2018)
NYC subways had one day without rush hour delays last month  (New York Post, September 17, 2018)
Commuters, advocates rally for changes to subway system  (News 12 Brooklyn, September 16, 2018)
Voter Suppression in New York  (The New York Times, September 14, 2018)
News10NBC Investigates: What happens with leftover campaign cash?  (WHEC, September 14, 2018)
What Does Thursday's 'Remarkable' Primary Voter Turnout Mean For New York?  (Gothamist, September 14, 2018)
Payback Time: Progressive Democrats Oust State Senators Who Allied With Republicans  (Gothamist, September 14, 2018)
Market does not work to control drug prices  (Times-Herald Record, September 13, 2018)
Blair Horner Discusses Voting Reform on Citizen Active  (WMHT, September 13, 2018)
Consumer's choice of pharmacy could affect their prescription price  (Watertown Daily Times, September 11, 2018)
What if Cuomo, like his father, wins with a running mate he doesn't want?  (The Buffalo News, September 10, 2018)
Candidates are rejecting corporate donations. What does that mean?  (City & State, September 9, 2018)
LI demonstrators urge Gov. Cuomo to toughen stand on climate change  (Newsday, September 8, 2018)
Cockeyed Prescription Drug Prices Reported in New York  (WNBF, September 6, 2018)
Study shows you might be paying too much for your prescriptions  (CNYCentral.com, September 6, 2018)
Prescription prices vary widely among pharmacies  (WFBO, September 5, 2018)
Taxpayer-funded mailers, ads praise Cuomo ahead of primary  (WHEC, September 5, 2018)
Many New Yorkers Pay Too Much for Prescription Drugs  (NewYorkUpstate.com, September 4, 2018)
Choosing the right pharmacy could save you hundreds  (ABC News 10, September 4, 2018)
From state-owned choppers to public coffers, perks of Cuomo's office give him an edge  (The Buffalo News, September 3, 2018)
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