With more than 32,000 COVID-19 infections and 400 deaths in the US to date, and Surgeon General Jerome Adams predicting that “this week, it’s going to get bad,” as hospitals prepare for the eventuality of rationing treatment for patients least … Continue reading →
This week’s surprise announcement from Governor Andrew Cuomo was the alarming news that the state budget was missing $2.3 billion in expected tax revenues from December and January — and that Trump’s tax cuts were to blame.
When Governor Cuomo called in to NY1 on the afternoon after Election Day to recount the “good conversation” he had had with our surprise president-elect, he made clear that he felt the downside of a Trump administration (as he put … Continue reading →
Of the many, many strong feelings people have about the looming Trump administration, few are related to potential infrastructure policy. In fact, the president-elect’s position on the matter—as he inimitably declared in his acceptance speech, “We’re going to rebuild our … Continue reading →