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Apr 22 2023
NY Gov. Kathy Hochul ‘test-marketing’ a ban on all tobacco sales
The pro-legal weed Hochul administration is quietly trying to fire up support for a complete ban on the sale of tobacco products in New York, The Post has learned. The state Health Department commissioned a new survey aimed at gauging support for an all-out prohibition — despite Gov. Hochul’s failure to secure support from state legislators to include a ban on menthol cigarettes and otherNew York Post (News)
Jan 01 2023
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Jan 17 2023
Kathy Hochul mum on housing NYC migrants — as Eric Adams favors using stadiums
Gov. Kathy Hochul has yet to commit to housing even 500 of New York City’s 40,000-plus migrants, Mayor Eric Adams said Tuesday — as he expressed support for the “concept” of putting the new arrivals in sports stadiums. Adams said he was still “collaborating” with Hochul’s administration after filing what he said was an “emergency mutual aid request” last week. But Adams also said Hochul “fullyNew York Post (News)
Mar 23 2023
Gov. Kathy Hochul proposes new enforcement plan to weed out New York's illegal marijuana shops
Hochul proposes new plan to shut down illegal pot shops across N.Y. Hochul proposes new plan to shut down illegal pot shops across N.Y. Hochul proposes new plan to shut down illegal pot shops across N.Y. NEW YORK -- There are new efforts to close down the illegal marijuana shops that have sprung up like weeds all over the state, especially in the five boroughs. Gov. Kathy Hochul is proposing aCBS News (Online)
Jan 18 2023
Dem Gov Kathy Hochul Silent On Requests To Help Illegal Migrants In New York City
Democratic New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has yet to respond to Democratic New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ requests to help illegal migrants arriving in New York City. Adams said that he has multiple outstanding requests with Hochul’s office to house and relocate illegal migrants in other parts of the state as the city continues to receive them from multiple states, according to the New York PostThe Daily Caller
Jan 18 2023
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul Faces Test Amid Opposition to High-Court Pick
ALBANY, N.Y.— Kathy Hochul ‘s nominee for chief judge of New York’s highest court has divided her fellow Democrats and is shaping up to be her first major political test since being elected governor. The state Senate’s judiciary committee on Wednesday will consider Hector LaSalle to lead the New York State Court of Appeals. He currently runs a regional mid-level appellate court based inWall Street Journal (News)
Jun 21 2012
Kathy Hochul, Bill Owens To Skip Democratic National Convention
The list of House Democrats skipping the Democratic National Convention this September is growing.
New York Democratic Reps. Bill Owens and Kathy Hochul said Wednesday they will not attend the convention in Charlotte, N.C., the Daily reports. The news comes on the heels of similar announcements this week from three West Virginia DemocratHuffPost
Jun 06 2023
Former Republican Sen. Kathy Bernier leading bipartisan group on election education
MADISON - A former Republican state senator who criticized members of her party for spreading false election claims is now leading the Wisconsin branch of a nonpartisan group focused on election education efforts. “This is exactly what I’ve been preaching for some time, is to try to get everyone out of their partisan corner and look at this democracy and this republic as it was intended,”Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
May 31 2023
Hochul defends NYC controversial migrant bussing program as lawsuits mount: 'They're absolutely here legally'
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Tuesday defended fellow Democrat New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ controversial program to bus migrants elsewhere in the state as lawsuits mount.
At a press conference meant to discuss the Environmental Bond Act, a $4.2 billion initiative to address climate change in western New York, Hochul ended up taking questions on the influx of nearly 70,000 asylumFox News (Online News)