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Bitcoin Moratorium in Plattsburgh

Bitcoin Moratorium in Plattsburgh

Spike in electricity costs forced city to reign in miners.

One-on-one with Tish James

One-on-one with Tish James

We discuss anti-corruption views, independence from Cuomo.

Teachout makes her case for AG

Teachout makes her case for AG

AG candidate touts independence.

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2012 Debate for 20th Congressional District seat

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Representative Paul Tonko and businessman Bob Dieterich debate for 20th Congressional District seat.

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For the first time in 400 years, the city of Albany has a plan

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For the first time in Albany's 400 year history, the city of Albany has an urban plan.

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State Senator urges Cuomo to allow hydrofracking

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A large number of people in support of hydrofracking descended upon the Capitol in Albany to ask Governor Cuomo to go ahead and allow the controversial drilling for natural gas in New York.

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Struggling counties want some rules eased

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New York’s counties are making a push to get Governor Cuomo and state lawmakers to take their growing fiscal crisis seriously, and let them off the hook for some state mandates that they say are bringing some counties to the brink of bankruptcy.

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AARP voices concerns

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AARP National Policy Council Member shares concerns of seniors as they prepare to vote.

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Gay marriage vote a factor in fall elections

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Governor Cuomo made a rare endorsement in a State Senate contest on Monday when he backed Democratic incumbent Joseph Addabbo, who’s locked in a tight race with a Republican challenger.

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GOP Senate candidate urges action on fracking

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The Republican Senate candidate challenging Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Wendy Long, is urging swift action on hydrofracking in New York.

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State Comptroller predicts Wall Street profits up in volatile economic climate

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Profits on Wall Street are going to be up this year, according to a new report from the State Comptroller, but are still below their pre-recession highs.

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Anti-fracking health experts question Cuomo administration's health study

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A group of public health experts are questioning whether Governor Cuomo’s health officials can do a credible job reviewing a health study on fracking, saying independent reviewers would be a better choice.

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Trio of Albany institutions teams up on biomedical research

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A trio of top research institutions in the Albany area have announced that they're teaming up to collaborate on biomedical science.

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