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Andrew Cuomo news and analysis from The Nation
August 30, 2017
New York’s Subway System Could Be a Force for Equity and Sustainability
So why have elected officials let it molder and fall apart?
May 30, 2017
Who Did Andrew Cuomo Leave Out of His ‘Tuition-Free’ Plan? Undocumented Students.
The majority of CUNY students take classes part-night or at night, making it virtually impossible to cross the 30 credit threshold.
January 23, 2017
Why It Matters That an Imprisoned Domestic-Violence Survivor Was Granted Clemency
Only three survivors have been granted clemency in New York State history. Will others follow?
September 21, 2016
Lindsey Graham Is Back to Trashing the Constitution
The Republican senator’s short streak of being reasonable has officially ended.
September 2, 2016
Andrew Cuomo’s Fragile Masculinity
His macho paternalism won't solve New York's problems.
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June 23, 2016
Andrew Cuomo’s BDS Blacklist Is a Clear Violation of the First Amendment
Political boycotts are a form of protected expression. So why is New York’s governor trampling this constitutional right?
June 14, 2016
Can Zephyr Teachout Win a Seat in Congress?
The anti-corruption crusader, who gave New York Governor Cuomo a run for his money in 2014, is one of several promising Berniecrats running this year.
June 8, 2016
Andrew Cuomo Would Have Blacklisted Muhammad Ali
Governor Cuomo’s executive action to create a blacklist of those who stand with the Palestinian people would have undoubtedly caught Muhammad Ali in its web.
June 7, 2016
Governor Cuomo, Put Me on Your BDS Blacklist
One day, when the system of imposed inequality ends in Israel-Palestine, our resistance to it will be looked back on as a badge of honor.
April 5, 2016
How a $15 Minimum Wage Went From ‘Extreme’ to Enacted
Across the country, activists and low-wage workers are showing that the changes we need will come if people organize and force them.
Katrina vanden Heuvel