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A Conservative Judicial Star Faces a Right-Wing Litmus Test

In less than a year and a half since being appointed to the federal appeals court in Washington, Judge Neomi Rao has consistently sided with the White House in politically charged cases, fueling Supreme Court talk. If Rao were to get that nod, her biggest obstacle may be emerging on the right.

Pandemic Disruption Waylays NYC Property Tax Reform Project

When New York began shutting down for the coronavirus public health emergency in March, one of the first municipal policy events scuttled was the opening session of public hearings on an advisory panel’s recommendations to reform the city’s controversial property tax system. Almost five months later, prospects have fizzled for making major changes to the city’s property tax system any time soon.

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Coronavirus and the Ballot Box

What will it take to have a free, fair -- and safe -- election? How do we vote during the Coronavirus crisis?

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