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The 2016 legislative session came to a close this month with little fanfare. While our representatives agreed on fantasy sports and Sunday morning alcohol sales (the “Brunch Bill”), meaningful ethics reform and closing the LLC loophole eluded consensus. A number … Continue reading
Universal pre-kindergarten (UPK) and after-school programs are essential to a child’s future success in school and in life. Research shows that full-day UPK reduces income inequality and increases social mobility. Free, universal, high-quality prekindergarten would greatly benefit children from low-income … Continue reading
On Tuesday, November 5, 2013 just over one million New York City voters turned out to elect a new Mayor and a variety of other officials to other citywide offices, borough president seats, and the City Council. Voters made some … Continue reading
Last week, the Human Services Council (HSC) hosted a conference for leaders from New York’s human services, public, and philanthropic sectors. At the opening, the group took momentary satisfaction in the collective effort of the recovery thus far. But a … Continue reading
As Congress continues to debate the shutdown of the Federal Government and the defunding or delay of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, implementation day for this controversial piece of legislation has arrived. Federal and State exchanges or … Continue reading
On Tuesday, September 10 New Yorkers took to the polls to decide who will be on the November 5 general election ballot. The results were mixed with some elections still undecided. The popular race for Mayor hung in the balance … Continue reading