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POLITICO New York is a publication for and about the people and institutions that shape New York, delivering fast, original, essential analysis and reporting on city and state politics.
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‪BREAKING‬: Senator Dean Skelos was convicted on eight counts of using his office to secure lucrative employment opportunities for his son, Adam.

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EXCLUSIVE: Governor Andrew Cuomo​'s administration is engaging John Mack, an ex-Wall Street titan and informal adviser to the governor, to help persuade General Electric​ to move its headquarters to New York.  

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A caller identifying himself as "Louis in the Village," who sounded suspiciously like famous comedian Louis C.K., phoned into "The Brian Lehrer Show" on Tuesday morning to defend Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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What the numbers make clear is that New Yorkers are not afraid to shop around for a less costly option, and insurers risk alienating consumers — both old and new — when they raise rates.

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“When you have children picketing in front of schools for this kind of school or that kind of school—yes, at some level, they are learning about the democratic process. But, at some level, they are being used as pawns in an adult game."

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Amid his message of building, Governor Andrew Cuomo reminded each union how he took their side in a campaign to attach a prevailing wage provision to the 421-a real estate subsidy: "We’re going to do it together: government and organized labor, Andrew Cuomo and LiUNA together.”

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Even before Uber's intense lobbying and advertising blitz against a proposed cap on new car-hail licenses, the company spent $359,089 on lobbyists, ads and direct mail to advance its agenda in Albany and New York City this year.

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"[Governor Andrew Cuomo] is feral," said one Democratic strategist in Albany. "He sees this guy is wounded, and wounded badly, and his natural instinct is to pour salt in the wound—even if it's not helpful for New Yorkers."

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For the New York Mets, 2015 has provided unprecedented clarity about what ails the team.

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On Wednesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo notched the sort of accomplishment that has been rare for him recently: He delivered on a liberal goal and was celebrated by Democrats and their traditional allies up and down the line.
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