Welcome to the Legislative Profiles, 2020

Colleges And Lady Justice Face Emergency Budget Ax  (WAMC, October 26, 2020)
Over 400,000 New Yorkers Cast Ballots In The First Weekend Of Early Voting  (Spectrum News, October 26, 2020)
Exclusive Spectrum News/Ipsos Poll: How New Yorkers Plan to Make Their Voices Heard This Election  (Spectrum News, October 23, 2020)
Voters want verification of absentee votes arrivals, officials say  (Newsday, October 20, 2020)
Cuomo Administration Insists NY Is Too Broke To Help Fund The "Most Critical" Election Of Our Lives  (Gothamist, October 20, 2020)
Cuomo’s budget recklessness is already causing pain  (New York Post, October 19, 2020)
Cuomo deficit gamble carries risks for local governments, analysts say  (Newsday, October 18, 2020)
‘Make Polluters Pay’ event features NY Attorney General  (My Twin Tiers, October 15, 2020)
New York Could Lose 2 Congressional Seats With Census Undercount  (Spectrum News, October 14, 2020)
Taking On The Lies About Mail-In Voting  (WAMC, October 12, 2020)
Young voters ready for their voice to be heard  (ABC News 7 Buffalo)
Upstate NY's Utility Consumers May Take A Hit  (WAMC, October 5, 2020)
What happens if Mayor Lovely Warren leaves office or is forced to step down?  (WHEC, October 5. 2020)
Warren’s 'friends' could pick up the tab for her legal defense  (WXXI, October 3, 2020)
Government watchdog groups call on New York Legislature to post state aid, funding withholds online  (Albany Time-Union, October 2, 2020)
The Digital Divide Undermines Democracy  (WAMC, September 28, 2020)
What's the Budget Plan? Groups Say Answers Are Needed  (Spectrum News, September 23, 2020)
Watchdogs urge Gov. Cuomo to get real over COVID-19 budget crisis  (New York Post, September 23, 2020)
New York’s Finances Are On The Precipice  (WAMC, September 21, 2020)
Top council speaker staffers lead the pack in fundraising  (City & State, September 21, 2020)
News Archive
Make Polluters Pay Event With New York Attorney General Letitia James (Video)
NYPIRG urges Gov to fully fund elections in NY
NYPIRG submits comments to Assembly and Senate on the state's oversight of the quality of care in New York nursing homes and hospitals.
Tale of the Tape: NYPIRG’s 2020 Legislative Review
NYPIRG Announces Gene Russianoff Retires
Reform Groups Have Urged The Governor And The Legislative Leaders To Curtail Governor's Emergency Powers And Reconvene The Session To Do The People's Work
Group statement on NY Legislature increasing police transparency by repealing Civil Rights Law 50-a
NYPIRG Joins Over 50 Organizations in Calling for New York to Reclaim the Stock Transfer Tax
Rock the Absentee: Vote by mail for Primary Election Day 6/23
NYPIRG Statement on NY Attorney General's Lawsuit on the EPA Dirty Water Rule
NYPIRG Urges Governor Cuomo and Lawmakers to Return to Session and Act on Key Issues
Letter: Good Government Groups Call for Postponement of April Primary
Reformers Urge Government to Adopt New Measures to Do The People's Business
Local Elected Officials Call for Increased Water Funding
Policy Paper - Higher Education and Its Eroding Affordability Over the Decade
Civic Organizations Unveil New Website in Push to Get Albany to Support New, Independent Ethics Watchdog
Release: NYPIRG, along with legislators and consumer, public health and environmental organizations call for protections against antibiotic-resistant "Superbugs"
News Release: NYPIRG Urges Greater Access to Early Voting Sites
NYPIRG and Good Government Groups Issue Recommendations to the Public Campaign Financing Commission
Capital Investments: A Look at The 2018 New York State Legislative Elections
Reports & Features Archive