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Judge finds board of elections acted properly

A New York State Supreme Court judge ruled that the Monroe County Board of Elections acted properly when it invalidated certain signatures on petitions of Republicans seeking party nominations for seats on the Rochester City Council.In Michael P. McManus, Anthony ...

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Tax rules governing time shares

What About Time Shares?For many people, owning a timeshare is as close as they can come to having a vacation home. These days, a timeshare week can easily cost over $10,000. In fact, two winter weeks in Beaver Creek, Colo. ...

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State of NY, CompUSA reach settlement

The New York State Attorney General’s office has reached a settlement with CompUSA. Under the terms of the agreement, the company will change the way it markets and packages service contracts for portable computer devices bought at its stores. The ...

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