Cuomo and the pop megastar are attempting to get the bill passed before the New York State legislative year ends next week.
In an attempt to get it done before the end of the year’s legislative session next week, New York governor Andrew Cuomo has teamed up with Lady GaGa to boost the profile of a prospective piece of legislation that would help combat sexual assault on college campuses in the state.
In a co-written opinion piece exclusively for Billboard, Cuomo and the pop star, real name Stefani Germanotta, urge the introduction of new policies extending the responsibility of public campuses in the New York area to protect their students from sexual assault to private establishments too.
Lady Gaga joined forces with NY governor Andrew Cuomo for the Billboard piece
The celebrity chef will have a double mastectomy this week, and plans to spread awareness about early detection, she told 'Good Morning America'.
TV chef Sandra Lee is set to undergo a double mastectomy later this week after announcing that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Lee, famous for her ‘semi-homemade cooking’, first revealed her diagnosis to the world on Tuesday’s edition of ‘Good Morning America’. She said that she discovered her condition, confirmed as DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ) when she underwent a routine mammogram back in March, and is preparing for surgery in order to avoid the alternative treatment, a gruelling six to eight week course of radiotherapy.
Sandra Lee revealed she has breast cancer on 'Good Morning America' on Tuesday
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Andrew Couomo - Andrew Cuomo announces minimum wage will be raised to 11.50 an hour at the 2015 Opportunity Agenda at The Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial Educational Center in Harlem - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 23rd February 2015
Governor Andrew Cuomo - Star of the upcoming movie 'Birdman' Michael Keaton was a guest on the 'Late Show with David Letterman' and was photographed outside the Ed Sullivan Theater along with Governor Andrew Cuomo in New York, United States - Tuesday 14th October 2014
CBS will receive a $16million subsidy to keep The Late Show in New York City.
US television giant CBS Corp. is set to receive a sizeable subsidy from the state of New York in return for its commitment to keeping ‘The Late Show’ in the city. Approximately $16 million will be made available to CBS over a five-year period.
David Letterman has hosted 'The Late Show' since 1993
Details of the deal indicate that $11 million will be in the form of tax credits and grants for the actual running of the show, and the remaining $5million is earmarked for renovating the Ed Sullivan Theater where the show is recorded.
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