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Senator Tedisco: New license plates a "highway heist"

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Outrage continues over planned $25-45 renewal fee

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Cuomo planning lawsuit against drug industry

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Calling it an “industry-wide conspiracy”, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced his intention to file a lawsuit for the over-prescription of opioids that he says has defrauded New Yorkers out of billions of dollars.

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Cuomo continues warning on vaping, says health department issuing subpoenas to 3 companies

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Governor Andrew Cuomo and the State Health Department are continuing to urge New Yorkers to refrain from using any vaping products for marijuana or nicotine while an investigation continues into the cause of a mysterious lung ailment related to vaping that has now sickened 41 New Yorkers.

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This week on NYN: Back to school issues

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Tim Kremer discusses "Red Flag" law, CVA implications

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New York State Bar Association on 2020 agenda

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Also, Jon Campbell on license plates controversy

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Marijuana decriminalization law takes effect

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New York's marijuana decriminalization laws take effect today (took effect Wednesday) but some say they don't go far enough.

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WEB EXTRA: "Squad" expulsion from 1920 revisited

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Five Socialists were kicked out of NYS Assembly

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Could GOP Senators, newly in the minority, lose more members?

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The ranks of Senate Republicans in New York have been greatly diminished over the past year, with losses in the November elections, and other GOP Senators saying this summer that they are seeking new jobs.

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Langworthy's plan for a GOP comeback in New York

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Chairman says Trump will help down-ballot in 2020

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Pushback on plan to charge $25 to replace license plates

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A plan by Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration to require motorists to pay a $25 fee to replace aging license plates is getting some resistance. The governor says it’s needed to comply with new cashless scanners being set up on toll roads and bridges all over the state.

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