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Long-awaited law will apply only to landlords and tenants in rental properties.

The well-off are taking advantage of tax incentives and tax breaks to install rooftop solar panels, while the less-well-off are missing out.

Co-op and condo boards anxiously await a decision on a major source of clean electricity.

Bill to reveal secretive owners of condos passes, with a major condition.

Gov. Kathy Hochul has until Dec. 31 to decide the fate of a major real estate law.

City and state Bar Associations spent years producing a streamlined template.

Scientists, environmentalists and lawmakers protested against proposed changes.

State must spend 35% of climate funds on these designated neighborhoods.

The Scoping Plan proposes a cap-and-invest program to penalize polluters 

State Sen. Kevin Parker has an idea co-op boards will love.

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