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In a victory for honest New Yorkers, Bharara is staying on (The Buffalo News, December 1, 2016)
Cuomo Adds to His Wish List as Legislators Seek a Raise (The New York Times, December 1, 2016)
Could CUNY be tuition-free again? (Gotham Gazette, November 29, 2016)
Many who work in Cuomo's office aren't actually paid by it (Albany Times Union, November 26, 2016)
EDITORIAL: Cuomo vows to clean up Albany - again (The Post Star, November 26, 2016)
Food, housing insecurity must be addressed (Poughkeepsie Journal, November 23, 2016)
More Oversight Needed - But From Whom? (Time Warner Cable News, November 22, 2016)
City Council Hears Legislative Package on Conflicts of Interest and Campaign Finance (Gotham Gazette, November 22, 2016)
NYPIRG's Horner Reacts To Gov. Cuomo's Ethics Letter (WAMC, November 20, 2016)
Upgraded M23 Bus Still Riding A Learning Curve (Chelsea Now, November 17, 2016)
NY approves $110M nuclear plant sale (Press & Sun Bulletin, November 17, 2016)
Should electric customers pay for NYS nuclear plants? (WFBO Buffalo NPR, November 15, 2016)
Fewer New Yorkers Came to the Polls Tuesday Than in 2008 and 2012, NYPIRG Says (NY1, November 14, 2016)
NYPIRG charts NY's declining presidential turnout (Albany Times Union, November 14, 2016)
Lobbyists are spending less money in Albany (New York Post, November 14, 2016)
Flanagan re-elected as state Senate GOP's leader (Albany Times-Union, November 14, 2016)
NYPIRG: Voter Turnout Dips Again In New York (Time-Warner Cable News, November 14, 2016)
Governor, Good Government Groups Lock Horns Over Nuclear Power (WAMC, November 14, 2016)
NYS Exposed: Lawmaker pay raise commission can't agree on number (WHEC News 10, November 10, 2016)
New York City Voters Wait in Long Lines at Polling Sites (The Wall Street Journal, November 8, 2016)
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)
Blair Horner discusses Albany politics and the importance of voting on "It's Your System"
Watchdog Groups Call on Senate and Assembly Leaders to Hold Emergency Oversight Hearing On Allegations of Historic Bid-Rigging Scandals and Clean Contracting Reforms
NYPIRG Report: Still At Risk - Tobacco Marketing Around Brooklyn Schools
Still At Risk - Tobacco Marketing Around Brooklyn Schools (News Release)
NYPIRG's 2016 Legislative Review & Release of "Legislative Profiles"
Convention-Land: New Yorkers' Road Map To The Constitutional Convention
Turnaround: Fixing New York City's Buses (Report)
Turnaround: Fixing New York City's Buses (News Release)
NYPIRG Statement on US Senate Vote on GMO Bill
Gov't Reform Groups Call for Corruption-Busting Reform Package Now
Albany Money Machine 2016 (PDF)
Albany Money Machine 2016 (MS WORD)
Support the Clean Energy Revolution
NYPIRG Statement on Primary Election Voting Irregularities
SUNY & CUNY STUDENTS WIN MAJOR VICTORY AGAINST TUITION HIKES