Scott M. Stringer

Scott M. Stringer appears in the following:

Comptroller Stringer's Economic Vision

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Investing in minority and women-owned businesses, increasing the Earned Income Tax Credit, and building more Affordable Housing are among Comptroller Stringer's new proposals. 

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With Over 125,000 Voters Purged, Plans to Audit the BOE

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer outlines his plan to audit the Board of Elections after complaints of polling problems.

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Comptroller Vows to Reform Dated Bureau of Asset Management

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

NYC comptroller Scott Stringer wants to update the way the city's pension funds are managed, after a report deemed them struggling to keep up with the times. 


NYC's $5.9 Million Settlement with Garner Family

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Comptroller Stringer discusses the city's settlement with Eric Garner's family and the backlog of repairs at NYCHA.

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Catching Up With the Comptroller

Friday, March 20, 2015

Scott Stringer found that New Yorkers work longer days than other Americans, once commuting times are figured in. Plus, pregnancy as a qualifying event for health insurance.

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Comptroller as Activist Investor

Thursday, November 06, 2014

New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer discusses a new corporate governance initiative to hold companies in NYC's portfolio more accountable.

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De Blasio at Six Months: Where New York's New Jobs Will Come From

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

All this week on the Brian Lehrer Show we're checking in on the de Blasio administration's progress on a variety of key issues, six months into his first term. We'll talk to advocacy groups about how the mayor has lived up to his campaign promises on the environment, crime, housing, and more. Friday, we'll hear from Deputy Mayor Anthony Shorris.

New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer and Richard Florida, professor at New York University, director of the Martin Prosperity
Institute at the University of Toronto and senior editor at The Atlantic, say they have a blueprint to create jobs for an "inclusive and creative" New York. They discuss their proposals, their event at NYU this afternoon, and whether tech can really drive middle-class growth. Plus, Stringer assesses the de Blasio administration's jobs record thus far, as part of our week-long series.

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Fast Food Pay for Workers and CEOs

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

As New York City comptroller, Scott M. Stringer votes the shares held in NYC's pension funds. He explains his plan to vote against high executive pay at the McDonald's Corp. annual meeting on Thursday in protest of the low hourly wages of fast food workers.

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Missing: Arts in Schools

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Scott M. Stringer, New York City comptroller, talks about his school-by-school assessment of state-mandated arts education and the uneven distribution of resources around the city.

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Comptroller Scott Stringer's First Month in Office

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Scott Stringer, New York City Comptroller, discusses his first month in office, from minimum wage efforts to his library audit and more. 

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Scott Stringer: Comptroller-Elect

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Scott Stringer, current Manhattan Borough President and now Comptroller-Elect, talks about his plans for the office and the challenges that lie ahead for New York City.

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Scott Stringer: Candidate for Comptroller

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer talks about his newly announced competition for the office of NYC Comptroller and his plans for the office.

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The 2013 Mayoral Race Without Scott Stringer

Monday, November 19, 2012

Azi Paybarah, political reporter for Capital New York, explains the significance of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer's announcement that he'll be running for Comptroller and not Mayor.

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State of Manhattan

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Scott Stringer, Manhattan Borough President, talks about some of his ideas for tax policy and small business assistance in his recent State of the Borough address.

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Red Tape at Green Markets

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Scott Stringer, Manhattan Borough President, discusses a recent report, "Red Tape, Green Vegetables: A Plan to Improve New York City's Regulations for Community-Based Farmers Markets," and his proposals for what can make the system easier.  Karen Washington, an urban farmer based at the Garden of Happiness in the Bronx, joins the conversation and talks about the procedure for farmers getting into green markets.

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Bike Lane Chaos

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer talks about his new report on all the rule-breakers.

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The Greene Space

Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn

Thursday, April 8, 2010

7:00 PM

Hear author/radical gardener, Fritz Haeg; urban farmer & founder of Growing Power Will Allen; Manhattan Borough President, Scott Stringer; and Eagle Street Rooftop Farms founder Annie Novak tell real-life stories about how urban gardens and farms are transforming the way we live.

Money from the Census

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Afton Branche, immigration analyst for the Drum Major Institute for Public Policy, examines the ways that the Census count directly affects how things are funded. We'll also check in with NPR fellow and WNYC reporter Habiba Nosheen, who is at a Census Day event on Northern Boulevard in ...

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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and Brooklyn community organizer and food justice advocate Mark Winston Griffith discuss the crisis of “food deserts” – local communities where it’s hard to get fresh, healthy food – and what’s being done to improve the way New Yorkers eat.

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10 Questions That Count

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Census Home Page Launches Today!
Stand up and be counted with the “10 Questions that Count” census project. Live from the Greene Space: a conversation co-produced with Feet in Two Worlds on what makes New Yorkers particularly hard to count. Plus: an interactive look at some surprising ...