Welcome to the Legislative Profiles, 2019

State senators call on MTA to abide by open meeting laws when weighing capital projects  (Daily News, August 21, 2019)
Blair Horner discusses Albany politics on The Capitol Connection  (WAMC, August 15, 2019)
Will Albany Strengthen Independent Oversight Of Government Contracting?  (WAMC, August 12, 2019)
NYC's slowest bus goes only 4.2 mph, which is slower than a manatee  (New York Post, July 23, 2019)
Pokey Awards: This Staten Island bus averages less than 8 mph  (Staten Island Live, July 23, 2019)
As the power has flipped to Democrats in State Senate, so follows the money  (The Buffalo News, Jul 17, 2019)
Climate change bill goes to Gov. Cuomo's desk  (Albany Times Union, July 16, 2019)
Cuomo Releases Campaign Finances  (Spectrum News, July 16, 2019)
NYS Department of Health limiting chemicals in water  (WIVB, July 10, 2019)
State health commissioner accepts recommendations for maximum contaminant levels in drinking water  (Mid-Hudson News, July 9, 2019)
NY May Have Just Taken A Step Toward Reform  (WAMC, July 8, 2019)
Blair Horner discusses the 2019 Legislative session on The Capitol Connection  (WAMC, July 4, 2019)
NYPIRG's Liz Moran reviews how environmental issues fared in the recent New York State Legislative session  (The Sanctuary for Independent Media, June 26, 2019)
Blair Horner discusses the 2019 legislative session  (The Sanctuary for Independent Media, June 24, 2019)
Albany 2019: Winners and losers in a progressive session  (Newsday, June 22, 2019)
Albany Gets Ready To Wrap Up The 2019 Legislative Session  (WAMC, June 17, 2019)
NY State's Ambitious New Climate Change Legislation: 'Really Major' Or 'Partial Victory'?  (Gothamist, June 19th, 2019)
Albany's 'big ugly' provides political cover, but has some benefits  (Newsday, June 15, 2019)
NYPIRG: 22 End-Of-Session Fundraisers Being Held  (Spectrum News, June 14, 2019)
Water District Holds Informational Session  (Port Washington News, June 14, 2019)
News Archive
NYPIRG statement on proposed PFOA, PFOS, 1,4-dioxane MCLs
Tale of the Tape: NYPIRG’s 2019 Legislative Review
Albany Money Machine 2019
Civic Organizations Release 50-state Review of States' Ethics Boards
Release: Albany Money Machine 2019
NYPIRG Reviews Governor, Senate and Assembly Budget Plans on Key Issues
NYPIRG Statement on H.R. 1 Passage and Calls for State Law for Small Donor Public Financing of Campaigns
New York's Highest-in-the-Nation Contribution Limits Go Up
Donors Can Now Contribute Nearly $70,000 to Governor
Governor's Budget Responds to New Yorkers' "Pent-Up Demands" For Action
NYPIRG and civic groups urge legislative reforms
NYPIRG and coalition urge approval of new ethics reform plan
Despite New Limits on Legislators' "Moonlighting" In Pay Raise Deal, Albany's Reform Agenda Is Far from Finished
Report: Outside Income and Conflict of Interest in Albany
State Lawmakers Ranked Third Highest Paid in the Nation, Overwhelming Number of State Lawmakers Report No, or Little, Outside Income
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
New York's leading civic organizations call for action to respond to the state's corruption crises.
Roadmap to Reform
NYPIRG and other leading civic organizations respond to the important ethics issues raised during the Joseph Percoco trial, which went to the jury today.
News Release: As Percoco trial begins, Reformers call for strong anti-corruption measures
Reports & Features Archive