Layla Law-Gisiko wants to sever housing policy from “the greed of speculation,” denounces proposed Penn Station mega-project as a “disaster.”
Embattled Hudson Valley assemblyman receives more than $80K in donations from insurers and private health care providers.
Largest-ever conference of union activists plans for a labor movement transformation.
The incumbent Michael Benedetto is a staunch backer of mayoral control of NYC’s public schools. Soto wants to dismantle mayoral control and give more power to local school communities.
In the race for an open seat in Assembly District 65, “the Lower East Side and Chinatown are not for sale,” says Lee’s opponent Illapa Sairitupac, who is relying on a large base of volunteers to overcome his financial disadvantage.
As groups of rank-and file workers across the nation wrestle for more power in their unions, a new slate takes on the fight locally in UAW 2110 elections May 27–June 22.
What will we do the next time a virus comes for us?
The cases of Joyce Webster and Janina Davis point to a pattern of the police and prosecutors aiding and abetting landlord abuse of their tenants, particularly those who are Black women.