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Comptroller notes warning signs on horizon for New York finances

Comptroller notes warning signs on horizon for New York f...

One-on-One with Comptroller Tom Dinapoli

Stopping invasive species in the ADKs

Stopping invasive species in the ADKs

Targeting milfoil in Upper Saranac Lake Watershed.

One-on-one with AG Eric Schneiderman

One-on-one with AG Eric Schneiderman

Discusses legal battles vs. Trump administration.

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Cuomo pleased with ride hailing in New York so far

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It’s been just over two weeks since ride-hailing services have been permitted outside New York City, and Governor Cuomo says he’s pleased, so far.

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1982 Democratic primary: Koch-Cuomo III

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This week on New York NOW we take a look back at one of the most entertaining political battles of the 20th Century.

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New Mario Cuomo Bridge comes with some questions

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Later this summer, the Thruway’s new Tappan Zee Bridge will be formally named in honor of the current Governor’s father, the former Governor Mario Cuomo. But the renaming of the bridge came with a bit of controversy.

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Cuomo has reservations about a Constitutional Convention

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Add Governor Cuomo’s name to the list of state politicians wary of holding a constitutional convention. Voters get to decide this November whether New York should hold the event.

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Legislative session finally ends, amid recriminations

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The legislature finally ended its 2017 legislative session, after the Assembly voted overnight on a privately negotiated omnibus bill, and the Senate finally finished on Thursday afternoon. The messy process drew condemnation from both sides of the aisle.

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Trump’s rise in rural U.S.A; Buffalo’s abandoned treasure

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No progress so far in special session

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Lawmakers came back to the State Capitol at the command of Governor Cuomo, who called an extraordinary session of the legislature at 1 PM Wednesday to deal with unfinished business.

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Paladino removal hearing wraps up

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Dramatic testimony in the hearing on whether former gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino should be ousted from the Buffalo school board. Paladino took the stand and apologized for racist comments he made last December regarding President and Mrs. Obama.

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Legislature to return to Albany one week after adjourning

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One week after the New York state legislature declared the 2017 session over, Governor Cuomo is commanding that lawmakers return for a special session at 1 pm Wednesday to deal with some unfinished business.

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Paladino hearing could conclude Tuesday

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The state education department hearing on whether Carl Paladino should be removed from the Buffalo school board for leaking private information in the board's executive sessions could conclude as early as Tuesday.

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