The Empire State’s newly minted chief executive, Gov. Kathy Hochul, told New Yorkers that she wants them to ‘believe in government again’ as she officially grabbed the reigns of the state bureaucracy after a wave of scandals forced Andrew Cuomo from office.
Hochul (D-Buffalo) takes over a state government that has been battered by the months of tumult that eventually resulted in Cuomo’s ouster, suffered a staff exodus at the Health Department as it attempts to battle the coronavirus pandemic and a “crisis” in the state’s flailing tenant rescue program, which she vowed to get on track.
“I want people to believe in their government
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