Last week, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the CARE (Caregiver, Advise, Record, Enable) Act into law in New York State. The law, which passed unanimously in the State Senate back in June, mandates training for the fastest growing labor force in the State: caregivers. This is only a first step in […]
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Diversity is the Key to New York’s Economic Development, Says Alicia Glen
New York City is hemorrhaging jobs in the financial sector and JP Morgan Chase may soon have more employees in Texas than New York, said Glenn Coleman at the Crain’s Future of New York Conference this Thursday. He wanted to know what Alicia Glen, the city’s Deputy Mayor of Housing […]
Making Sacrifices to Make Green Off New York’s Marijuana Industry
Unmedicated, Oleg Maryasis talks a mile a minute, tapping his foot incessantly and frequently lapsing into a nervous stutter. After he takes a long drag of weed, his speech becomes more steady and the tapping stops. “Cannabis, besides medicine, is a spiritual plant,” said Maryasis, who has replaced all of […]