Honoring the LGBT Community

June 25, 2017

Governor Cuomo unveils the design for NY's official monument honoring the LGBT community, those lost in the Orlando nightclub shooting and all victims of hate and intolerance.

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GOVERNOR

Andrew M. Cuomo

Biography

Andrew M. Cuomo, re-elected the 56th Governor of New York State on November 4, 2014, has a lifelong commitment to public service and the proven leadership skills to make government work for the people of the state.

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Tourism

The Empire State Trail

Once complete, the 750-mile trail will be the nation's largest state multi-use trail network, giving outdoor enthusiasts, hikers and bikers access to some of NY's natural treasures.

Raise the Age

Raise the Age

With the passage of the FY 2018 State Budget, New York State has ended a decade-long injustice by raising the age of criminal responsibility.

Government

FY 2018 Executive Budget

APRIL 15, 2017

New York State is strengthening the middle class by investing in jobs & infrastructure, reducing taxes, providing tuition-free college with the first-in-the-nation Excelsior Scholarship program, and raising the age of criminal responsibility so minors are no longer prosecuted as adults.

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Equal Opportunity

Liberty Defense Project

$10M in the 2018 Budget establishes the nation's first legal defense fund to ensure all immigrants, regardless of residency status, have access to representation.

STATE OF THE STATE

Progress 2011-2016

Built to Lead

$114.1Billion

Tax Savings

Step one to promoting growth is to cut taxes and control spending. By the end of 2016, New York State will have cut or avoided enough taxes to save New Yorkers $114.1 billion.

Built to Lead

7.87Million

Private Sector Jobs

We’re putting New Yorkers back to work. Today, New York State boasts a record 7.87 million private sector jobs - the most in our state's history.

Built to Lead

$24.8Billion

School Aid

A record-high $24.8 billion is being invested in our education system - a 6.5% increase over last year that will impact New York's 2.8 million students.

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