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Comptroller warns of long term fiscal concerns

ALBANY — New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is sending an early warning that state government’s long-term finances rely on one-shot revenue raisers and some temporary tax increases and that the 2014 election year budget will appear better because of ...

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Comptroller OKs deal for new driver’s licenses

ALBANY — New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has approved the Cuomo administration’s contract for new driver’s licenses that will have black-and-white photos produced by the highest bidder, prompting a losing bidder to sue. DiNapoli’s approval paves the way for ...

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State urges Aetna to reveal political spending

ALBANY — New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is urging insurance giant Aetna Inc. to publicly disclose all its direct and indirect spending on politics and lobbying, filing a shareholder resolution as trustee of the state workers’ retirement fund. The ...

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DiNapoli: NY tax receipts below projections

ALBANY — New York tax receipts through August were $147 million below projections and $204.3 million below collections for the same period last year, reflecting volatile economic conditions, according to state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. The cash report from the comptroller’s ...

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DiNapoli questions Thruway toll need

ALBANY — A costly canal system, a lack of planning and even repeated errors in predicting traffic show the New York Thruway Authority needs to look within for savings before it forces what it calls a “modest” 45 percent increase ...

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