Gov. Kathy Hochul says her new appointee who voted to allow embattled former Gov. Andrew Cuomo to keep his lucrative book deal despite ethics concerns " ...
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A spokesman for Kathy Hochul has stated she had a recusal policy as lieutenant governor and added that as governor, she would recuse herself from actions involving her husband's company. Community activities. Hochul is a founder of Kathleen Mary House, a transitional home for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.
Aug 23, 2021 · Kathy Hochul is the 57 th and first female Governor of New York State.. Governor Kathy Hochul began her career in public service on her local Town Board before serving as Erie County Clerk, and then as a member of Congress for New York’s 26th Congressional District.
Sep 06, 2021 · Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that the commissioner of health has designated COVID-19 a highly contagious communicable disease that presents a serious risk of harm to the public health under New York State's HERO Act, which requires all employers to implement workplace safety plans in the event of an airborne infectious disease, helping to prevent workplace infections.
Aug 10, 2021 · His resignation will be effective 14 days from the announcement, at which point Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul will become the state’s first-ever female governor. Below is an overview of ...
Aug 17, 2021 · Kathy Hochul, lieutenant governor of New York since 2015, will become the first female and the 57th governor of New York on 24 August 2021. She will held the position upon Andrew Cuomo’s resignation, scheduled for the same day. Originally from Buffalo, New York, Kathleen Courtney Hochul was born on 27 August 1958, making her a Virgo.
Mar 20, 2011 · "Kathy Hochul beats back challenge from Jumaane Williams in lieutenant governor race". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved September 13, 2021. ^ "Hochul makes history for herself and for Western New York". November 4, 2014. Retrieved February 16, 2018. ^ "Kathy Hochul to lead 23-member anti-heroin task force". Retrieved February 16, 2018.