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How Did NY Gov. Cuomo Make $783,000 From A Book That Sold Only 3,200 Copies?

Another righteous politician that needs to be in jail, instead of  being able to run for re-election in November. A possible Governor seat pick up for the GOP. 448 more words

Government

Under NY Law, Insurance Companies Now Required To Cover Fertility Treatments For All Women

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) –– Under New York law, insurance companies are now responsible to provide coverage for fertility treatment to all women regardless of sexual orientation or marital status, Gov. 145 more words

News

No, David Brooks, Cuomo's College Plan Is Not A "Fiasco"

David Brooks wrote an op-ed in the New York Times calling New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s new free public education plan a “fiasco.” He even went so far as to call it worse than anything Donald Trump has passed so far. 1,360 more words

NY GOP SIDES WITH PEOPLE, REJECTS STATE TAX ON E-CIGARETTE USERS: TAKE A DRAG ON LIQUID USED IN DEVICES

NYD: “Thanks to the new state budget, electronic cigarette users can puff away without the tax man taking a drag… at the urging of the GOP-controlled Senate — rejected Gov. 190 more words

Politics

Supply, Demand, and Andrew Cuomo

Author: Alex Pearce

As another semester draws to a close and “adulthood” becomes that much closer, I can’t help but wonder what the future holds. Since the earliest days of elementary school, the value of higher education has been engrained in my head as being the “right-move” after high school. 679 more words

I am the NY Excelsior Scholarship

Confessions of a middle-aged debtor.

Hello, my name is Laura, and I am a debtor. Last year, at forty-two- years-old, I wrote my final student loan repayment check. 1,050 more words

Teaching In 2017

Tuesday Talks: Tuition-Free College and Education in General

JOHN BUTERBAUGH:
The main argument Governor Cuomo makes for tuition-free college is that it prepares the workforce of the state for the future. It is quite clear that automation and outsourcing has put pressure on American workers to seek employment outside of manufacturing. 2,064 more words

Society