One of the missions of this grassroots-funded journalism project is impact — we ask you to pitch in to become a supporting subscriber so that we have the resources to report on corruption in a way that shames the political system into action.

And so with that in mind, I am thrilled to let you know some terrific news:

After TMI’s investigative reporting series, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has just signed legislation rolling back parts of New York’s corporate immunity law that we shined a bright spotlight on.

To know our journalism made a direct impact, just look at how Democratic Assemblyman Ron Kim publicly lauded TMI’s reporting for playing a pivotal role in forcing Cuomo to take action. Kim publicly credited “TMI’s relentless investigative journalism in uncovering NY’s blanket legal immunity for health care facilities.”

The reason I periodically ask you to pitch in and become a TMI supporting subscriber is because we are trying to expand exactly this kind of impact journalism.

So I’m going to ask you again: please go to and become a monthly or annual supporting subscriber.

Thank you for considering this request — with your help, we are building a new model for journalism that holds power accountable.

Rock the boat,


P.S. If you’d like to go back and read our reporting series on Cuomo and corporate immunity, see these stories:

5/26/20 — Cuomo Gave Immunity to Nursing Home Execs After Big Donations, Now People Are Dying

5/29/20 — States Are Copying & Pasting Immunity Laws For Nursing Home Execs

7/20/20 — NY Dems Created McConnell’s Corporate Immunity Template Amid A Flood of Cash

7/28/20 — Senate GOP Copied & Pasted Cuomo’s Corporate Immunity Law Word-For-Word