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Analysis: Percoco trial revelations

Analysis: Percoco trial revelations

Key witness arrested Friday.

Bill would better protect sexual assault victims

Bill would better protect sexual assault victims

Would maintain rape kits for 20 years.

Bill to combat "Fake" FB ads

Bill to combat "Fake" FB ads

Legislators share personal stories.

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Anti-fracking claims the upper PR hand

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Anti-fracking groups presented Governor Cuomo with 200,000 signatures asking for a ban on the gas drilling process in New York, and a State Senator predicts the opposition will have an effect on the governor.

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Governor says infrastructure panel will end a 'Bizarre' and 'Wasteful' situation

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Governor Andrew Cuomo appointed his second blue ribbon panel of the week- this time to oversee infrastructure and capital projects including road and bridge repairs for the state.

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Parties squabble over campaign finance reform

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Democrats and Republicans in the Sate Senate engaged in partisan squabbling over reform of the state’s campaign finance.

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Cuomo names education reform panel

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Governor Cuomo named a blue ribbon commission to look at the problems facing education in New York, instructing them to come back with an “action plan” not a “theoretical document.”

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What does the future hold for fracking in NY?

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Earth Day came and went in New York without too much discussion of what many environmentalists believe to be the biggest issue facing the state- when and where the gas drilling process known as hydrofracking will occur.

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Cuomo for President in 2016?

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Our experts discuss Cuomo's response to talk that he will run for President in 2016.

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Cuomo shifts to new phase of government

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Governor Cuomo cast further doubt on issues like campaign finance reform and increasing the states minimum wage to become law this year, and says he’s “shifting” to a new phase of governing instead.

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Cuomo casts doubt on success of remaining session issues

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Governor Cuomo says he has some goals for the rest of the legislative session, including reforming the campaign finance system and possibly raising the state’s minimum wage.

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Republican Congressman Gibson: 'We've earned a second term'

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Redistricting for incumbent Congressional members here in 2012 means some big changes for some of New York’s delegation.

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Assembly advances campaign finance reform

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The State Assembly has introduced a bill to permit for the first time in New York State voluntary public financing of some election campaigns.

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