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Many taxes, fees in New York not apparent, some hidden (Press & Sun Bulletin, September 21, 2017)
Taxpayers could pick up ex-Sen. Tom Libous' $700K legal tab (Press & Sun Bulletin, September 21, 2017)
This horrific, deadly train wreck sparked the creation of the MTA (New York Post, September 19, 2017)
Fewer two-house bills passed in 2017, continuing long-term decline (The Legislative Gazette, September 19, 2017)
Say No to Climate Change (New Rochelle Daily Voice, September 18, 2017)
NYPIRG Reviews 2017 Session (Spectrum News, September 18, 2018)
In Climate Fraud Case Against Exxon, Many Waiting for California's Big Move (Climate Liability News, September 18, 2017)
School taxes boost utility bills (Albany Times-Union, September 18, 2017)
Policymakers: Stand Up Against Climate Change (Times-Herald Record, September 15, 2017)
Letter: Affirming Our Democracy (Shawagunk Journal, September 14, 2017)
Ulster campaign finance reform proposal is on the mark (The Daily Freeman, September 8, 2017)
The Campaign Season Begins (WAMC, September 4, 2017)
Could largely Democratic primaries decide elections? (Spectrum News, August 31, 2017)
Informed Archives: The Straphangers Campaign and the NYC Subway System (The New York Public Library Blog, August 29, 2017)
What contaminants are lurking in your water? (Times-Herald Record, August 26, 2017)
Transit advocates fume over 'Cuomo Tax' to fund nuke plants (New York Post, August 26, 2017)
Assembly members call for bus service improvements (Times-Ledger, August 25, 2017)
Assemblymember Rodriguez Would Have to Give Up Outside Income If Elected to City Council (Gotham Gazette, August 25, 2017)
Pols to MTA: Don't forget the buses (Queens Chronicle, August 24, 2017)
De Blasio, Cumbo Teams Mum on Campaign Aid (Gotham Gazette, August 22, 2017)
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Tale of the Tape: NYPIRG 2017 Legislative Review
Albany Money Machine 2017
NYPIRG Statement on Gov's NYS Health Insurance Pledge
Release: Interactive Website with Local Water Data Goes Live
Statement on NYS Regulations to Curtail Discriminatory Auto Insurance Rates
NYPIRG and other good government groups call for the NYS Senate to end the practice of diverting stipends for committee chairs to other committee members
Former SEC Commissioner on NY AG's Exxon Investigation
50+ NY Lawyers Support AG Schneiderman's ExxonMobil Investigation
100+ Scientists Release Letter Urging AG to Pursue His ExxonMobil Investigation
New Analysis: State Documents Reveal ExxonMobil Pollution in New York State
Release: 350+ groups gather in support of AG's Big Oil investigation
Emphasizing the Massive Cost of Cuomo's Nuke Bailout to Energy Consumers, Albany Advocates Urge State Legislature to Block His Plan & Take His Own Advice on Indian Point: Close Upstate Nuke Plants Too
NYPIRG Reactions to State of the State Addresses
NYPIRG Statement Regarding the Reported Agreement to Close the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant
Trouble In Toyland: 2016 Survey Finds Recalled Toys in Online Stores
New study: closing upstate's aging nuclear power plants can reduce NY's greenhouse gases & save ratepayers money. 'Green' power can dramatically increase safety & job creation.
Analysis: Despite Increase in Voter Registration, Turnout Fell Throughout New York State, Dips Uneven Throughout New York City (source: nypirgstudents.org)
Attend The Only Way Is Up: A Citywide Discussion to Boost Voter Turnout in New York on Friday, November 18th in Manhattan.
Analysis: More New Yorkers Are Registering to Vote; Will Voter Turn-out Remain Low? (source: nypirgstudents.org)