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Cuomo’s Dept. of Health gets even sleazier

When the New York State Traumatic Brain Injury Services Coordinating Council was formed in the 1990s when the late Mario Cuomo was governor who could have imagined that less than 20 years later, his son and current governor, Andrew Cuomo, would do everything in his power to undermine and pulverize, not just the council’s ability to function, but the sense of safety and right-to-privacy citizens have when attending the TBISCC’s public meetings. 522 more words

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Teachers and allies rally in Lynbrook, NY and across Long Island to protest against Governor Cuomo's education policies

LYNBROOK, NY–March 28th, 2015–Teachers and others rallied across Long Island on Merrick Road from Valley Stream to West Islip in attempt to draw attention to what they perceive as an attack on public education and teachers. 322 more words


25 or Under

Three days after Election Day (November 7th) New York City will reduce to speed limit from 30 miles per hour to 25. This change is a major point in Mayor de Blasio’s vision zero plan. 391 more words

Music leaders call on music tax credit in New York State

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A musical event is planned at the Capitol on Tuesday.

Music industry leaders are meeting with Assemblyman Joe Lentol to call on Governor Cuomo and the Senate to include a music tax credit in the budget. 48 more words


New York's Clean Water Budget - A Chance to Fix Sewer Leaks Across the State

Towns around Long Island Sound and all over New York State are plagued with sewage leaks from aging wastewater infrastructure. The need is dire. In fact, 61 out of New York’s 62 counties have applied for state funding to help pay for badly-needed projects to protect public health and keep beaches open. 224 more words

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Workers call for minimum wage increase at the State Capitol

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Community groups from across the state are meeting at the State Capitol on Monday to deliver a petition to Governor Andrew Cuomo calling for a $15 minimum wage. 55 more words


Not for Nothing

We love the phrase “not for nothing.” People say it when they are about to make an off-hand remark. It’s supposed to soften the blow of what you’re going to say, but in reality, it kind of works to underscore your comments. 368 more words

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