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DiNapoli on New York's Fiscal Health

DiNapoli on New York's Fiscal Health

Comptroller Tom DiNapoli discusses the recently passed state budget.

Environmental groups say 'no' to incinerator ash dump

Environmental groups say 'no' to incinerator ash dump

Proposal would be near shore of Hudson.

Budget Analysis

Budget Analysis

Congestion pricing, plastic bag ban in agreement.

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Public campaign finance could take a while in New York

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Public campaign financing could be coming to New York by the end of this year, now that Governor Andrew Cuomo and the state legislature have created a commission to come up with a plan.

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Cuomo signs plastic bag ban

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As Earth Day was celebrated Monday, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation that bans single-use plastic bags in grocery stores and other retail shops in New York State.

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MERIT Scholarship expanded after GOP pushback

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Bill Mahoney and Rick Karlin join us for analysis.

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Environmental groups say 'no' to incinerator ash dump

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Proposal would be near shore of Hudson

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Trump orders may limit states’ power to block pipelines

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Demand for natural gas is growing across the Northeast. Meanwhile, natural gas production is booming in Pennsylvania.

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DiNapoli on New York's fiscal health

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Comptroller discusses recently passed budget

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This week on NYN: Budget Analysis

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Congestion pricing, plastic bag ban in agreement

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State lawmakers aim to curb robocalls

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When state lawmakers return later this month for a post budget session , there are a number of issues that they hope to tackle, including trying to curb the number of robocalls New Yorkers receive on their phones.

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State Ed Commissioner says grades 3-8 testing will resume after computer glitch

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State education officials ordered the cancellation of computerized testing for New York’s third through eighth grade students on Wednesday, after a testing software glitch prevented some students from being able to complete, and in some cases, even begin the tests.

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Commission to look at end to fusion voting

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A commission to examine a public campaign finance system for state wide elections in New York may also look at whether to continue the state’s practice of what’s known as fusion voting.

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