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Will Miner challenge Cuomo in 2018?

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Syracuse mayor mulling options.

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Cuomo takes on national issues

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Governor Andrew Cuomo is again wading into national issues this week. He’s had a press conference against the latest attempt in the US Senate to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. And he met with the governors of California and Washington State to discuss steps to slow climate change.

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GOP Chair optimistic on 2018 governor's race

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Republicans in the state of New York met for a planning session in Albany on Tuesday in advance of the 2018 campaigns, which will begin shortly.

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After Equifax, New York takes steps to protect consumers against future data hacks

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In light of the recent massive data breach at the credit reporting company Equifax, Governor Cuomo’s administration is taking steps to make sure that in the future, the credit agencies have better cybersecurity in place.

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Recipients of historic preservation grants say they help preserve New York's heritage

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30 historic sites in 21 counties in New York received $239,634 dollars in preservation grant money, and they say it makes a difference in a region where the economy is struggling.

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This week on NYN: Marching for justice; Soldier's story

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Wayne Jackson looks back at time in Vietnam.

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Thruway won't have cashless tolling anytime soon

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Governor Cuomo says New Yorkers who use the state Thruway will have a bit of a wait before more cashless tolling is installed on the nearly 500 mile tolled portion of the road.

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State Education officials say they are not lowering teacher standards

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The state Board of Regents is taking steps to make it easier for teachers to become certified in New York. But the state education commissioner denies that it’s a lessening of requirements.

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Rep. Faso holds second town hall

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Faces questions on Trump, health care vote

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Senators question state's efforts to fight tick borne illnesses

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Governor Cuomo’s health commissioner received a grilling from state Senators at a hearing this week on whether New York is doing enough to combat tick- borne illnesses.

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DEC rejects EPA review of Hudson River cleanup

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Agency is finalizing PCB sampling effort

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Questionnaire seeks PFOA answers

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Group seeks answers from Hoosick Falls area

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New York politicians face pressure to return money to a controversial donor

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A left leaning group is asking the state’s top politicians to give back donations from a hedge fund manager who made racially charged comments against New York’s only black female legislative leader. But so far most, including Governor Cuomo, have held on to the money.

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SUNY considers lighter requirements for charter school teachers

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The State University of New York board members overseeing charter schools are in the midst of a public comment period on whether charter school teachers should be allowed to have fewer qualifications than public school teachers.

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The '94 race for governor: Pataki v. Cuomo

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Doc looks at memorable matchup.

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