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Gov. Andrew Cuomo is prepping new ways to assist low-income college students, and Tuesday he allocated the $3.2 million College Access Innovation Grant that will be used to increase college enrollment and completion rates among low-income students across the state.
Since the scourge of AIDS began more than a generation ago, there has been a serious effort to combat the epidemic that ravaged America, particularly gay, African-American and Latino communities. That ongoing initiative received a considerable boost last week with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “Bending the Curve” plan to accelerate the fight against the spread of AIDS and HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo recently reminded parents that while the school year is drawing to a close, thousands of children remain eligible for free, nutritious meals at hundreds of sites around New York state this summer.
Days after deep negotiations, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday that New York may become the 23rd state to permit medical marijuana.
Black leaders, politicians and community members remember Basil Patterson, former secretary of state, NYC Deputy Mayor Basil Patterson
State Sen. Bill Perkins said the Dream Act still has a chance to be included in the budget
Education activists and civil rights organizations want Gov. Andrew Cuomo to devote just as much aid to public schools as he devotes to charter schools.
Over 80 senators and Assembly members released a letter calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to increase school aid by $1.9 billion
On Wednesday in Albany, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo laid out state wide plans for tax cuts, universal pre-K, airports, and juvenile justice
The Brooklyn civic associations and community-based organizations have launched an online petition asking Gov. Andrew Cuomo stop the sale of Atlantic Yards to Greenland Holdings Group