Tag: Governor Andrew Cuomo
Gov. Andrew Cuomo cast doubt Monday on State Attorney General Letitia James’s probe of sexual harassment allegations made against the governor, accusing her investigators of having ulterior political motives and not being independent.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a gun violence disaster emergency Tuesday, July 6, pledging to send almost $140 million in state funds to combat shootings across the Empire State, including on Long Island.
A relative of New York State Chief Judge Janet DiFiore received priority testing for Covid-19 from the state Department of Health at her Southampton residence last summer, according to reports and officials.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave family members, including his brother, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, special access to state-administered Covid-19 tests in the early days of the pandemic, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday.
Despite calls for his resignation amid a growing number of women accusing him of sexual harassment, including two current staffers, Gov. Andrew Cuomo remains intent on leading New York into its post-Covid future.
Assembly Judiciary Committee Chair Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) committed to creating a transparent process in the impeachment investigation against Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but said that it would likely take months before reaching a conclusion.
New York State Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said on Thursday he authorized its Judiciary Committee to start an "impeachment investigation" into sexual misconduct allegations six women have made against Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
It’s now or never for legalizing recreational marijuana use in New York State, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo admitted Monday that mistakes were made in the state’s disclosure of data regarding COVID-19 deaths in New York state’s nursing homes, but shook off allegations of wrongdoing.
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