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Trouble hits Albany early in 2018

Trouble hits Albany early in 2018

Corruption, harassment in the news again.

Looking back and ahead to 2018

Looking back and ahead to 2018

Year-ending Reporters Roundtable.

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Trouble hits Albany early in 2018

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Corruption, harassment in the news again.

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Senate IDC Leader denies allegations of forcible kissing

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The leader of the Independent Democrats in the Senate denies that he forcibly kissed a former staffer, and says he intends to remain as leader of the breakaway Democratic faction.

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Senate Republicans push tax cut agenda

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Republicans in the State Senate say that, despite the over, $4 billion dollar structural deficit, taxes need to be cut further and a property tax cap must be made permanent.

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Comptroller DiNapoli predicts "problematic" budget season

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The state’s Comptroller, Tom DiNapoli, warns of a “problematic” budget season, as the state faces a structural deficit, changes to the federal tax code, and uncertainty over continued funding from Washington.

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New York's legislative session begins with concern over economy, taxes

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Monday was the first full day of session in the New York State legislature, and lawmakers have a lot to contend with, including a multi billion dollar budget deficit.

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Would Cuomo's idea for a payroll tax work?

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Many support the concept, but businesses say it’s not so easy to make the change and it could bring unforeseen complications.

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Endless corruption trials in 2018 could spur reform

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2018 will be a year of criminal trials for former associates of Governor Cuomo, as well as the former leaders of the legislature. Reform groups say they hope the lengthy court proceedings will spur lawmakers to enact some ethics reforms.

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Cuomo, in State of State address, warns of challenges from Washington

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Governor Cuomo, in his eighth State of the State speech, told lawmakers that 2018 will be the “most challenging” year, and he says they will have to fight against what he says are “threats” from the federal government.

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Interrupting the goveror's State of the State

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Both Cuomos dealt with angry lawmaker

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