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Early voting comes to New York

Early voting comes to New York

League of Women Voters Laura Bierman on what you need to know.

Nationally-Renowned Journalist, Ray Suarez, Joins WMHT’s New York NOW as Interim Host

Nationally-Renowned Journalist, Ray Suarez, Joins WMHT’s ...

Suarez begins his stint on WMHT’s Award-Winning Statewide Public Affairs Program Friday October 18th.

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State health care costs rise amid report of pay to play allegations

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The state's health care costs are rising, and there are warning signs ahead.

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Poll finds growing partisanship among New Yorkers

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New Yorkers say the state is more divided than ever over politics

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Early voting comes to New York

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League of Women Voters Laura Bierman on what you need to know.

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Cuomo clarifies remarks on impeachment

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Governor Andrew Cuomo clarified his views on what he thinks about the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump’s behavior.

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Rural areas still struggling to get broadband access

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Assemblyman Santabarbara joins us to discuss

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Cuomo's upstate economic development program gets a boost

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Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a $1 billion dollar high tech development project on the State University of New York’s Polytechnic Institute campus near Utica.

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Wide differences in early voting rules in New York

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This fall, New Yorkers will have their first-ever opportunity to vote early in November’s elections.

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Small hydropower plants say New York needs to help their clean power keep competitive

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Owners of existing clean energy power plants in New York say they’d like the same support from the state for their businesses that new ones get.

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This week on NYN: Ban on flavored e-cigs

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Plus, volunteers help honor forgotten USA soldiers

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Public Finance commission hearing overshadowed by arguments on fusion voting

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Tempers flared at a public hearing of a commission formed to enact a public campaign financing system for New York. But the tensions centered not on that proposal, but on the commission’s decision to also consider whether to end fusion voting, which allows candidates to run on multiple ballot lines.

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