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Abandoned cemeteries becoming a fiscal issue for towns

Abandoned cemeteries becoming a fiscal issue for towns

Examine what communities are facing from a financial perspective to upkeep these hallowed grounds.

A 180 on town halls in NY19 and NY22

A 180 on town halls in NY19 and NY22

Delgado and Brindisi say lack of availability hurt predecessors.

Actress Sorvino reveals she suffered date-rape

Actress Sorvino reveals she suffered date-rape

Activist calls for statute of limitations to be extended.

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Cuomo to press for campaign finance reform

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Governor Cuomo says he’s starting a new effort to push campaign finance reform in New York’s elections.

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Cuomo's education panel hears complaints

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Governor Cuomo’s Commission on education reform got an earful at a public hearing held at the State Capitol today, as speaker after speaker complained about a statewide school system that they say is in disarray.

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Hochul votes 'no' on repealing Affordable Care Act

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The GOP-led United States House of Representatives once again voted to repeal President Obama’s Affordable Care Act today in Washington.

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Cuomo talks cyber bullying, campaign finance reform, fracking in public radio interview

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In an interview with public radio, Governor Cuomo comments on the anti-cyberbullying bill that he signed into law Monday, saying "it's amazing to me the power of the negativity and how it can hurt a young person."

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Governor offers some support for limited fracking

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Governor Andrew Cuomo offered some support to a plan to permit hydrofracking in New York in communities that welcome the gas drilling process.

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Cuomo's cabinet starts canal trip

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Some members of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s cabinet are about to know every inch of the Erie Canal “from Albany to Buffalo.”

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State Legislature stays out of fracking, for now

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​Governor Cuomo is indicating he may very soon release a plan to begin limited hydrofracking in New York, but the state legislature left for the summer without acting on any legislation that would speed up the process, or slow it down.

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NYSSBA Executive Director discusses teacher evaluation bill

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It was a struggle but last week the legislature and Governor Cuomo came to an agreement on a teacher evaluation bill.

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New York reaction to health care decision

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New York’s politicians and major health care providers are applauding the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold President Obama’s health care law.

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Cuomo drops goals to achieve calm end of legislative session

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The just concluded 2012 legislative session brought mixed results for Governor Cuomo, who is in his second year as governor.

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