New York State

Kathy Hochul
Tenants, immigrants and consumers are the focus in a package of proposals Legal Aid has sent Albany as the latest legislative session kicked off.
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Hands hold jail cell bars
Supporters and opponents of bail reform in dueling press conferences point to a year worth of data released by the state to support their arguments.
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The argument for subminimum wage laws has evaporated. Now it’s time for political leaders to catch up.
NYN Opinion
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The need to close the digital literacy gap that affects low-income New Yorkers, older adults and people of color is vital for the access of essential services and opportunities delivered by nonprofits.
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Gov. Kathy Hochul signs the START Act into law.
Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the Survivors of Trafficking Attaining Relief Together (START) Act, legislation supported by more than 100 organizations.
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We're hiring
The sector gained 63,000 new jobs, but still is well below pre-pandemic levels.
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A food pantry in Staten Island.
Organizations are looking inward – and finding some troubling issues.
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Black Lives Matter protestors in Times Square on July 26th.
Grantmakers and activists explore how to most effectively fight systemic racism.
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Ashwin Vasan of Fountain House
Nonprofit leaders on confronting the twin challenges.
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Sister Paulette LoManco, former executive director of Good Shepherd Services, and Michelle Yanche, current executive director of Good Shepherd Services.
Though many organizations have continued to operate in-person, wider scale reopening has implications for their staff and clients.
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