Drivers will pay a toll to enter the heart of Manhattan. From tour buses to motorcycles, many people are complaining and asking for an exemption.
Monday: All sorts of laws are inserted into the budget, usually as bargaining chips.
Three generations of the Sackler family were deeply involved in running Purdue Pharma and knew of opioid abuse risks, according to lawsuits.
The budget takes up thousands of pages and billions of dollars, and will change the way New Yorkers vote, shop, commute and more. Here is a look at what’s included, what’s not and who is responsible.
State lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have agreed to ban most single-use plastic bags; counties will have the option to impose a 5-cent paper-bag fee.
Drivers could soon pay $12 to $14 to enter Manhattan’s busiest neighborhoods under a plan to raise money for the troubled subway system.
The budget agreement, announced early Sunday, included a new tax on high-end homes and a fee to drive into Manhattan’s busiest areas.
Plus, Apple makes TV shows now, and China trade talks pick up steam.
The state’s lawsuit offers detail on methods allegedly used to flood the market with opioids, fueling an epidemic.