Stop New York’s climate madness before it drives electric rates into orbit

Stop New York’s climate madness before it drives electric rates into orbit

Buried by the baby formula crisis, the horror in Buffalo, soaring prices at the pump and other grim news has been the most ominous single development for New York’s future: Word from the former head of the Public Service Commission, John Howard, that the state’s carbon-free-energy law will cost New Yorkers “hundreds of billions” in … Read more

NY affordable housing program set to lapse as Big Apple rents soar

NY affordable housing program set to lapse as Big Apple rents soar

Progressives are on the verge of killing one of the Big Apple’s biggest and most controversial affordable housing programs, potentially nixing the construction of thousands of new rent-stabilized apartments as rents soar across the city. Efforts to extend or overhaul the 421-a program have stalled in Albany amid fierce opposition from lefties and ineffective pushback … Read more

Young NY pols eye Congress amid redistricting chaos

Young NY pols eye Congress amid redistricting chaos

More millennial lawmakers in New York are looking to ditch Albany for higher office in wake of the state’s congressional map mayhem. Assemblyman Michael Lawler (R-Pearl River) is just the latest thirty-something pol to announce he’s eyeing the Beltway, The Post has learned. “The Republicans are very likely to be in the majority in the … Read more

NYC Mayor Eric Adams lobbied over school control in Albany

NYC Mayor Eric Adams lobbied over school control in Albany

Mayor Eric Adams and top deputies met one on one with some Albany lawmakers Tuesday, lobbying for an extension of mayoral control of the city’s school system – although “no consensus” was reached on a final plan. Adams took the train up early to make scheduled meetings with top education committee chairs – Assemblyman Michael … Read more

What could still get passed in the New York legislative session?

What could still get passed in the New York legislative session?

State lawmakers are set to break for the year in less than a month, with the last scheduled session day on the calendar for June 2. And like most years, they still have a fair amount of work to get done with just a handful of days to do it Advocates and activists have flooded … Read more

Critics slam Eric Adams’ Albany efforts on NYC priorities

Critics slam Eric Adams’ Albany efforts on NYC priorities

Major Big Apple initiatives that rely on Albany, such as mayoral control of schools, are in limbo because of a dysfunctional outreach effort by the new regime in City Hall, multiple sources tell The Post. More than a dozen lawmakers, lobbyists and veteran operatives described how Mayor Eric Adams and officials in his administration attempted … Read more