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Bloomberg Feasts on Iowa Chaos

“Now instead of a week of earned media momentum, we are gonna have a week of Democrats in dysfunction.”

City & State recognizes the 100 most powerful New Yorkers.

Neal Kwatra Recognized in City & State's New York Power 100

Bloomberg’s debate strategy: Nuke Bernie

“Everybody has waited way too long to coalesce around some anti-Bernie effort."

AOC will fund progressives challenging the Democratic establishment

“I think it’s very smart and what you would expect from someone who thinks like an organizer,” Kwatra told The Post.

Mike Bloomberg just made the debate. Can he keep his cool?

"He’s been super underwhelming on the stump so far. [I] think people seeing him up close; he could suffer from a little ‘Biden syndrome.’"

Could Andrew Yang and His Gang Make It in New York’s Mayoral Race?

“Anyone who underestimates his potential impact doesn’t understand the political moment we are in."

Neal Kwatra & Austin Shafran Rank #5 on City & State's Political PR Power 50 List

City & State recognizes the 50 most powerful New Yorkers in PR.

This Union Defeated Airbnb. Now It’s Taking Aim at a New Target.

The hotel workers’ union has become one of the most feared political forces in New York.

Hearing expected on bill to equip NYC school buses with stop-arm cameras

Over one month monitoring 10 buses, the company identified 625 violations. Nassau County issued 79 tickets for such violations in 2018.

Sleepy Hollow's Allison Fine jumps into race for Nita Lowey's House seat

“Fighting for a woman’s seat is a good fight to have. Especially this woman’s seat, the greatest champion for women in Congress" Fine said

Chuck Schumer’s foolishly kind words about Rep. Peter King

“King was an institution on Long Island & I think that helped him fend off the [2018] challenge,” veteran NY political operative Neal Kwatra

Airbnb Loses Jersey City Home-Share War by a Landslide

The bitter, multi-million dollar battle over home-sharing in Jersey City has come to an end -- with Airbnb Inc. losing the fight.

Airbnb Suffered a Big Defeat in Jersey City. Here’s What That Means.

A major defeat for Airbnb as it prepares to go public and the latest in a string of laws that cities around the world have passed

Airbnb Loses Fight Against Tougher Rules in Jersey City

“Airbnb thought it could spend millions of dollars to undo common-sense home-sharing regulations,” said Peter Ward, president of the NYHTC

Schumer: Feds can support school bus traffic cameras

U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer called on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to release its long-overdue report

Where a $5 Million War Rages Between Airbnb and the Hotel Industry

The upcoming vote has rapidly become the most expensive local referendum in NJ history

Jersey City fights Airbnb war fueled by NYC crackdown

Mayor Bill deBlasio’s Airbnb crackdown in the Big Apple has pushed the battle over short-term rentals across the Hudson River to Jersey City

Legislation aims to stop drivers from illegally passing stopped school buses

Nassau County Executive Curran signed legislation allowing local school districts to opt in to state law to install cameras on school buses

Big-brand hotel owners back mayor's special permit plan

"without special permits we could see a loss of billions in tax revenue and thousands of jobs across the region," said Khimji

Murphy joins Fulop and Stack in backing Jersey City Airbnb referendum

Gov. Murphy is joining Jersey City Mayor Fulop and state Senator/Union City Mayor Stack in making the push for the Airbnb ballot question