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A look at Proposal 3

A look at Proposal 3

Land bank amendment on 2017 ballot.

Chris Gibson's new book on revitalizing America

Chris Gibson's new book on revitalizing America

Former congressman talks reform, uniting country.

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

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

Wayne Jackson looks back at time in Vietnam.

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Exact impact of Trump subsidy cuts unclear in New York

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The fall out continues from President Trump’s decision to end subsidies to health insurance companies to help lower-income Americans pay for their health insurance. But it’s still unclear what the exact impact will be in New York.

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Cuomo condemns federal tax overhaul as Pence visits western New York

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Governor Cuomo joined other New York Democrats in condemning the federal tax overhaul plan in the wake of Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to Western New York.

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Opponents of a Constitutional Convention outspend supporters

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A wide variety of groups have spent over $1.3 million dollars to urge voters to vote no on holding a Constitutional Convention. As Karen DeWitt reports, the opponents have far outspent a smaller number of advocates who urge a yes vote on the November ballot.

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Cuomo will now return all donations from Harvey Weinstein

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Governor Cuomo now says he’s returning all of the money donated to his campaign from disgraced film executive Harvey Weinstein.

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New York's Attorney General goes to court over Trump health care subsidy cut

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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is going to court to fight President Trump’s decision to end subsidies for low-income Americans who get their health care through the Affordable Care Act health exchanges.

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New York starts new tax free savings accounts for the disabled

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The State Comptroller has announced that New York joins 28 other states in offering a program that will help people disabled children save money for their future.

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Cuomo sticks with partial return of Weinstein donations

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Governor Cuomo says he’s returning some of the money donated to his campaign from disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein but says he can’t give back all of it because it’s been spent.

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Should New York Have A Constitutional Convention?

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Controversial Proposal 1 on November ballot.

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Ballot prop to strip pensions from convicted lawmakers has a time limit

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New Yorkers have the power on November 7th to decide whether some state officials convicted of a felony should be stripped of their pensions.

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SUNY Committee adopts controversial charter school teaching requirements

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Some of the state’s top ranking education officials are condemning a vote by a State University of New York committee that would weaken regulations for teachers at some charter schools.

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