A great deal of COVID-19 policy assumed otherwise.
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The governors of New York and California have botched major aspects of the pandemic response.
The New York governor should look to his own state.
No home cultivation? Increased criminal penalties? This is not the way to end a drug war.
Now officials in Chicago and New York are reconsidering their rules.
His original guidance forced hospitals to throw away vaccine doses. That still might happen.
More than 4,100 people died of COVID-19 yesterday across the country, but some New York medical providers are dumping vaccines instead of putting them in people's arms.
The New York governor says hospitals have to increase vaccinations—but there's a catch.
A year into the pandemic, politicians still have not digested the dangers of careless public health measures.
The evidence is limited and mixed, but data from New York, Minnesota, and California suggest that restaurants there account for a small share of infections.
New York quickly reversed its ludicrous bathroom ban following backlash from the hospitality industry and anyone with a little common sense.
Determined To Kill Businesses That Survived Lockdowns, New York Plans Minimum Wage Hike Later This Month
New York's unemployment rate is nearly 10 percent and roughly one-third of small businesses in New York City may have closed forever. Seems like a great time to make it more expensive to employ people, right?
Individually and in organized groups, people are pushing back against lockdown orders.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Bans Sale of Confederate Flags, Despite Knowing This Has First Amendment Problems
"While I fully support the spirit of this legislation, certain technical changes are necessary."
The order is killing businesses and isn't rooted in science.
The New York governor should be disqualified from the U.S. attorney general job, even without a #MeToo-ing.
A NYC quarantine fitness entrepreneur stirs up controversy on Nextdoor
Paul Krugman Thinks Holding Religious Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Like 'Dumping Neurotoxins Into Public Reservoirs'
The New York Times columnist misconstrues the issues at stake in the challenge to New York's restrictions on houses of worship.
SCOTUS Blocks New York's COVID-19 Restrictions on Houses of Worship, Saying They Are Not 'Narrowly Tailored'
Gov. Andrew Cuomo described his policy as a "fear-driven response," cut by a "hatchet" rather than a "scalpel."
Andrew Cuomo's Emmy Award for His COVID-19 Briefings Is a Disgusting Prioritization of Style Over Substance
The New York governor is getting a shiny award for playing a good governor on TV.
The case gives SCOTUS another chance to enforce constitutional limits on disease control measures.
This is not your older brother's "Libertarian Moment," caution Reason Roundtable podcasters.
New York will limit private, in-home gatherings to just 10 people.
The newest lockdown, which explicitly targets religious gatherings, seems likely to further skepticism of public health directives.
Students and congregants may be collateral damage in a turf war between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Limiting the hours during which food can be served is arbitrary, unscientific, and could cause overcrowding, the plaintiffs argue.
Cuomo's tortured analogy obscures his own failed leadership as the coronavirus claimed the lives of 30,000 New Yorkers.
The city’s contact-tracing efforts don’t appear to be going well, so prepare for more top-down mandates with confusing justifications.
The New York governor requires bars to sell "substantive" offerings if they'd like to stay open.
The media's fawning interviews obscure the New York governor's record.
New York's Pandemic-Inspired Restrictions on Church and Synagogue Services Are Unconstitutional, a Federal Judge Rules
U.S. District Judge Gary Sharpe finds that the state's COVID-19 control measures arbitrarily discriminate against religious conduct.
Making a living is a right, not a privilege, and should be respected as such.
Competent responses to the crisis have come from people and organizations voluntarily helping each other and themselves.
CNN should put an end to this bad family comedy routine—and start asking the governor real questions.
His proposed law would require that corporations return bailout funds if they don't rehire the same number of employees.
Even the president is a better moral philosopher than New York's governor.
They ignored early warning signs and pretended that everything would be OK.
Students who would have graduated this spring can start practicing medicine immediately.
Judges would be given additional leeway to order pretrial detentions.
A uniform national response risks doing more harm than good in a nation that’s not uniform.
The point of shutting down the "nonessential" economy, New York's governor explains, is to "save lives, period, whatever it costs."
'We're All in Quarantine Now,' Says Andrew Cuomo, Who Two Days Ago Said That Was Out of the Question
New York's governor insists his edict "mandating that 100% of the workforce must stay home" is "not a shelter-in-place order."