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Stephen G. Craig
A Report Card on State Spending

New York's state and local government expenditures are far higher than any other state's. Where does all that money go?
Randall K. Filer
Opening the Door to Low-Cost Housing

How city regulations prevent the homeless from finding housing they can afford
Peter Judd and Roger Starr
How to Keep New York's Water Running

Upstate development and federal environmental mandates threaten New York's supply of both water and housing
Joseph B. Rose
Politics and the Wicks Law

Why the Legislature refused to repeal an unnecessary law that costs taxpayers $300 million a year
Carolyn Lochhead
Fun and Games at the Consumer Affairs Department

Do Mark Green's publicity stunts actually hurt New York's consumers?
William J. Bratton
City Journal Interview: Victory in the Subways

Police Chief William J. Bratton talks about reclaiming the subway
Departments
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Letters
New York Views
Miami's Drug Court by Matthew Tallmer
The New Polemics of Race by Linda Chavez
A False Alarm on Smog by Richard Miniter
The Redistricting Cartel by David Wells
Forum: The New Politics of Poverty: The Non-Working Poor in America
Urbanities
Agreeing to Disagree by Richard Vigilante
The Theater: Killed but Still Living by James MacGuire
Tomb With a View by Maggie Gallagher
Letter From Brighton Beach by Keith Elliot Greenberg
Diarist: Homecoming by Beth Fallon


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