As the Supreme Court moves toward reversing Roe v. Wade, the governor is working to make New York an access state.
Lisa Gitelson sits down with NYN to discuss her passion for childhood welfare advocacy and what she hopes to accomplish helming the renowned nonprofit.
The funds raised will go towards supporting COVID-19 relief and programming efforts.
The request comes after the court refused her office’s demand to dismantle the organization for alleged rampant misuse of funds.
New York State Attorney General Letitia James
A demonstration was held in New York City’s Foley Square to protest what could lead to a dismantling of Roe v. Wade.
Internet service for public housing residents would be covered in part by a federal subsidy.
An event hosted by the Queens Jewish Community Council, Stand With Us and the Jewish Community Relations Council focused on recent hate crimes directed at Jewish and Asian Americans.
The nonprofit organization wants legislation that added dental exams, cleanings and vision coverage renewed after it expires at the end of 2022.
A new division for students in foster care was announced last year but won’t be staffed up until this summer, education officials said.
Demonstrators called on New York City Mayor Eric Adams and schools Chancellor David Banks to divert school policing investments to other resources in the city’s upcoming budget.