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Pedaling Environmentalism

by Ann Morrow April 24, 2014

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    An Earth Day Bicycle Parade was held on Tuesday by PAUSE (People of Albany United for Safe Energy) to protest the oil “bomb trains” that run on the tracks behind the Ezra Prentice Homes on ...

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Democrat Party

by Erin Pihlaja November 8, 2012

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After months of enduring increasingly negative campaign ads, stump speeches, and the repetitive talking points of pundits everywhere, the 2012 elections are pretty much over. Here’s how things shaped up in the Capital Region: Democratic U.S. ...

Toward a Living Wage

by Jaired Crofut August 23, 2012

  “When you look at the minimum wage that exists in New York state, every New Yorker should be totally embarrassed,” said Deputy Senate Minority Leader Neil Breslin at a press conference at the Albany Labor ...

Running on Empty

by Laurie Lynn Fischer March 23, 2011

Paul Tonko received a standing ovation Monday when he spoke at the sixth of seven meetings on the subject of peak oil at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany. “I understand the concern over our ...

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