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The bill would fast-track emergency funding for water infrastructure emergencies .        ... [Read More]
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At the state Capitol, it's not who you know, but who you hire.        ... [Read More]
The Assembly majority leader gets out of bed just like you: Already dressed in a suit.        ... [Read More]
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The ride-hailing apps will be able to expand across New York before July 4, after all. [Read More]
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Former Sen. John Sampson began his prison term last week.        ... [Read More]
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There's a New York ride-hailing law, but counties and big cities can opt out.        ... [Read More]
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The giant fermentation tanks are headed for the Genesee Brewery in Rochester. [Read More]
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The giant fermentation tanks are headed for the Genesee Brewery in Rochester.        ... [Read More]
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Lev organizes the film's thesis, and sets up the final hour, around an artistic metaphor drawn from statements Garcia made about the Watts Towers,... [Read More]
The giant fermentation tanks are headed for the Genesee Brewery in Rochester. [Read More]
Cuomo weighed in Thursday on the Senate's payment tactic. [Read More]
Cuomo weighed in Thursday on the Senate's payment tactic.        ... [Read More]
Democratic attorneys general from five states and the District of Columbia contend that jurisdictions declining to assist federal immigration enforcers don't flout federal law.... [Read More]
Ride-hailing before the Fourth of July is one step closer to reality in New York. [Read More]
6 AGs, including NY's Eric Schneiderman, push back against Trump's sanctuary city assault.        ... [Read More]
NY repeatedly flouted requirements to publicly report the progress of various job-creation programs. [Read More]
6 AGs, including NY's Eric Schneiderman, push back against Trump's sanctuary city assault. [Read More]
Worker's compensation premiums are likely to decline by 4.5 percent in New York this year. [Read More]
Worker's compensation premiums are likely to decline by 4.5 percent in New York this year.        ... [Read More]
At least eight state senators were paid thousands of dollars in stipends for committee positions they didn't actually hold, a tactic Senate leadership is defending... [Read More]
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