Governor Cuomo announced his three-part action plan to protect civil rights and combat hate crimes in New York, including the establishment of a first-in-the-nation emergency legal defense fund that ensures all immigrants have access to representation.
Governor Cuomo sent a letter to all students in the State of New York reminding them that New York will continue to protect all victims of discrimination and enforce its strict laws against hate crimes.
Andrew M. Cuomo
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.
NY is home to over 50 world-class ski resorts. Winter enthsiests will be happy to hear that Whiteface Mountain opens for the season on Thursday, November 24. Gore and Belleayre Mountains open Friday, November 25.
Marking National Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Governor Cuomo reveals Roswell Park Cancer Institute is launching a groundbreaking clinical trial of a Cuban-developed lung cancer treatment.
End of Session Report 2016JUNE 22, 2016 | 12:00:00 EDT
New York State is built to lead, and we're proving it. Governor Cuomo’s unprecedented $100 billion infrastructure and development initiative sets the stage for success into the next century - spurring our economy and creating thousands of jobs.Learn More
Over $700 million in economic development funding was awarded to NY's 10 regions at Round 6 of the REDC Awards, and a new online tool helps connect NY'ers with substance abuse treatment and services.
STATE OF THE STATE
Step one to promoting growth is to cut taxes and control spending. By the end of 2016 New York’s 2% property tax cap will have saved residents $114B.
Infrastructure & Development Plan
We’re modernizing our airports, re-imagining our public transportation systems, and investing more in roads, bridges and tunnels than ever before – all to keep New York’s economy growing and creating 250,000 jobs.
We're investing more in education than ever before with the biggest investment in state history. The 6.5% increase over last year will support over 700 school districts and 2.8 million students.