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Zach Williams

is senior state politics reporter at City & State.

The Buffalo Bills Owners Want a New Stadium, and Taxpayers Might Help Them Pay For It

The NFL team is a Western New York treasure, and critics say the owners are exploiting that to help pay for the $1.4 billion project.


The Worker Shortages Plaguing the Public Sector

There are a variety of reasons New York is struggling to maintain essential services.


Flash Flooding Highlights Immediate Dangers of Climate Change – Again

Elected officials and activists say state and local governments need to do more now.


Gov. Andrew Cuomo Resigns

The three-term governor stepped down in the face of likely being impeached over sexual harassment and assault allegations.

Health & Human Services

Covid-19 ‘Long-Haulers’ Join Ranks of Disabled Americans

On the anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, a new wave of public employees and other workers with disabilities are adjusting to their new normals.