Governor Cuomo proposes raising the age of juvenile jurisdiction to 18, setting New York's young people on a path of opportunity.
Expanding access to ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft across the state would create jobs, generate economic opportunity & provide a cost-effective alternative to transportation.
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.
The State has filed regulations to provide guidance to employers, insurance carriers, and employees about their rights under the nation's most comprehensive Paid Family Leave program.
Health care is a human right, not a luxury. Governor Cuomo won't let the progress made in New York be undone. Support his fight in ensuring quality health care for all.
End of Year Report 2016JANUARY 4, 2017
New York State showed the nation that it is built to lead. We adopted an ambitious $100 billion building investment plan and showed the way forward on some of the most challenging economic justice issues securing 12 weeks of Paid Family Leave and the first in-the-nation $15 statewide minimum wage.Learn More
The $2 billion Clean Water Infrastructure Act would upgrade NY's aging water infrastructure - enhancing community health & protecting our natural resources for generations to come.
Governor Cuomo details the devastating impacts of the American Health Care Act, supports efforts to end child marriage in New York, and announces the $1.8 billion Transformation of the South Bronx.
STATE OF THE STATE
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.
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.
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.