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Governor Andrew Cuomo

Farm To Tasting Room

by Era Bushati February 27, 2014

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  Alejandro del Peral grew up in Columbia County surrounded by apple orchards on his family’s nine-acre fruit farm, where he worked throughout his childhood. But after living in California, Wyoming and his native Spain, he ...

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Tick Tock

by Erin Pihlaja September 18, 2013

The clock is ticking for members of the state Assembly and Senate to cough up the sources of their outside income that exceeds $20,000. Lawyers in the groups also were told to disclose their civil ...

The Final Standings

by Shawn Stone December 20, 2012

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  Losers 10. Andrew Cuomo Poor Gov. Cuomo: All the behind-the-scenes maneuvering and public posturing in anticipation of a 2016 presidential run will have gone for naught. And dude has had to put up with Dean Skelos for ...

About Geologic Time

by Erin Pihlaja August 30, 2012

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  As the crowd, which numbered over 1000 people, filed past New York State’s Capitol building in Albany, it seemed for a brief moment that Gov. Andrew Cuomo might hear the mob shouting his name and ...

Frack No

by Amy Halloran January 26, 2012

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  On Monday, more than 600 New Yorkers came to Albany to address their legislators and call for a ban on hydrofracking. More than that number gathered in the Legislative Office Building for a rally before ...

An End to Gerrymandering?

by The Staff February 23, 2011

Redistricting time is almost upon us; the time when the controlling party of state Senate and Legislature celebrates its majority rule through the act of adjusting district boundaries to reflect national census results. These borders ...

Imagine

by David King January 19, 2011

Imagine a world without campaign commercials—one where politicians didn’t kiss babies in bad lighting, call their opponents names, make promises we all know they don’t intend to keep—one where you don’t have to hear so ...