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Governor’s office discovers ‘secret’ budget flaw

ALBANY — Hundreds of little-known laws and regulations buried in New York’s often secretive budget process have for decades dramatically padded funding for special interests and helped push the state into multibillion dollar deficits, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.

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Cuomo finds ‘secret’ budget flaw

ALBANY — A series of so-called "permanent laws" and little-known regulations buried in New York's often secretive budget process have for decades dramatically padded funding for special interests and helped push the state into multibillion dollar deficits, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.

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Nonprofits brace for budget cuts

Walter W. Stockton, CEO of Manorville-based Independent Group Home Living, believes his group dodged a bullet last year when it experienced only a small cut in Medicaid funding, including allowances for inflation.

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Accountants fret over rise in New York audits

Pay no attention to those 189 additional auditors behind the curtain. That’s the word from the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, which dismisses suggestions from regional accounting experts ...

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