While the media circus gathers in Albany, New York covering the latest sexual harrassent allegations against Governor Cuomo, the Gov. himself appears to be staying relaxed, calm and as cool as can be. And as the near tidal wave of former allies call for his resignation, the Governor on Thursday remained afloat, chilling poolside with his secretary.
While the future of Governor Cuomo remains up in the air, one thing that many New Yorkers agree on - and appears quite clear- is that he should resign or step down. People are just finding different ways to express it.
As media from all over the Capital Region and beyond hunkered down to cover the explosive sexual harrassment allegations against Governor Cuomo in Albany on Wednesday, there was a
The whole country has been watching, and this morning breaking news came out of New York, Attorney General Letitia James says that her investigation is complete; and damning evidence was found against Governor Andrew Cuomo.
On Wednesday morning, Governor Cuomo issued a stern message to all state employees in New York: You Must Get Vaccinated.
Fearing what he calls "pandemonium and chaos," the Governor, according to CBS 6 News said in a Zoom press conference that the "state will require COVID-19 vaccines or mandatory COVID-19 testing for state employees starting on Labor Day."
Governor Cuomo is calling out New York state cities and towns that have the lowest vaccination rates. He wants to get everyone in New York state vaccinated to keep the COVID-19 rates down. There are one hundred seventeen zip codes that he called out with most of them being in the New York City area
Are you tired of telemarketer calls, I know I am! I don’t usually answer unfamiliar calls anyway, but when I do and they don’t leave a message I block them. But think of others who do not have this capability, their phone rings off the hook with non-stop Telemarketer calls...
In an effort to crack down on the amount of impaired drivers taking our children to and from school, Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed off on a bill that will force New York school bus drivers to submit to random drug and alcohol drug testing.