Category: Newsletter

New YorkNewsletter

Congested? Or just enraged?

ShakingNews is here for you, to explain Cuomo's congestion pricing proposal, some New York backlash to Charlottesville and more about what's going on in New York politics. We want to hear from you! Just hit reply to this email so that we can talk to you about ShakingNews, the news you read, and how we should…

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Big News for NYC Commuters

There's a lot shaking in New York politics this week. We're covering and explaining a leadership shakeup at the Port Authority and MTA, New York City's quick pace on two wheels, and more. I have a question for you: would you be interested in either an online community to talk about New York politics or in-person…

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Hell or Hell No?

Between the "summer of hell" for commuters, Cuomo's Presidential aspirations, and everything else, there's quite a bit to talk about this week. And if you know anyone else who should get these emails, tell them to sign up at ShakingNews.com. Thanks! - Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein Number of the Week: $5-25 million - Donald Trump's investment in Brooklyn's Starrett City,…

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Challenging Times

We've got a Republican candidate for Mayor but she faces an uphill battle. Also facing challenges: the New York City subway system. Stat of the Week: $10 - how much people in the small town of Wilson, NC pay each month for 50 mbps of internet service. By comparison, New Yorkers have to pay at least…

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Con or ConCon?

Word of the Week: "Consistent" How Mayor Bill de Blasio described Republican priorities: "A consistent effort to cut support for working people, and use those resources to give tax cuts to the wealthy and to corporations."   Con Con: Will NY have a Constitutional Convention? It won't have the Founding Fathers but New York might have…

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