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Will New York end the tipped wage credit?

Will New York end the tipped wage credit?

Hear the arguments for and against.

One-on-one with Attorney General Underwood

One-on-one with Attorney General Underwood

Discusses Trump Foundation lawsuit, travel ban.

Poor People's Campaign: 40 days of action

Poor People's Campaign: 40 days of action

Coordinator Barb Smith discusses the mission.

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Cuomo says no need to further fix system that led to corruption convictions

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The second set of corruption convictions of former associates of Governor Cuomo has renewed calls to reform the governor’s multi-billion dollar economic development program that was at the heart of the bribery and bid-rigging cases. But Cuomo says the problem has already been fixed.

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Government study calls for legalizing Marijuana in New York

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Governor Cuomo released a study that finds the state could benefit by legalizing marijuana.

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Cuomo, facing critics, continues campaign to get Senate GOP to vote on abortion rights bill

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For the second day in a row, Governor Cuomo held rallies criticizing President Donald Trump’s choice for the Supreme Court and urging action on a measure that would protect the right to choose abortion in New York.

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Will New York end the tipped wage credit?

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Hear the arguments for and against.

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Closing arguments on Monday in corruption trial of former Cuomo associates

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The jury could begin deliberating as early as next Wednesday in the federal corruption trial of the former head of Governor Cuomo’s economic development programs, including the Buffalo Billion.

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Union leaders have harsh words for President and Supreme court after Janus ruling

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Some of New York’s union leaders had harsh words for President Trump and conservative judges on the US Supreme Court, in the wake of the ruling that sided with an Illinois worker who did not want to pay union dues, even though he benefited from union bargained contracts.

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Cuomo issues rules to better access public records, advocates question the motive

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Earlier this week, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a new system for state government to respond to requests under the Freedom of Information law.

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One-on-one with Attorney General Underwood

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Discusses Trump Foundation lawsuit, travel ban

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New York's union leaders react to Janus decision

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New York’s union leaders are condemning the US Supreme Court decision which upheld the right of a worker not to pay union dues. But a newly passed state law might mitigate the effects of in Janus v AFSCME.

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