Governor Andrew Cuomo

The New York Capitol Building in Albany
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The 2021 New York legislative session concluded in the early hours of Friday morning, with a number of measures left unresolved.

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The 2021 New York legislative session is in its final hours, with many items yet to be resolved. Criminal justice reforms continue to dominate at the end of the session, just as they have for the past two years.

Here’s a look at what seems to be in, and what seems to be out.

Cuomo Nominee Would Be First Woman To Head The MTA

Jun 9, 2021
Interim President of the New York City Transit Authority Sarah Feinberg speaks during a news conference with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Monday, May 10, 2021 in New York.
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced a historic nomination for the new chair of the MTA. If confirmed, Sarah Feinberg would be the first woman to head North America’s largest public transit system.

Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas speaks to reporters during a news conference in Mineola, N.Y., Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018.
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The New York State Senate’s Judiciary Committee held what was at times a contentious confirmation hearing for Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s nominees to the state’s highest court.

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A bill that would allow towns and villages on Long Island to seek competitive bids for energy now awaits a signature from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. He has until next week to act after when the legislative session ends this Thursday.