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More than 120 businesses join NY Youth Works

More than 120 businesses across the state have joined the New York Youth Works Program, creating 2,900 full and part-time job openings for young, at-risk New Yorkers, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Wednesday. The governor and Legislature designed the NY ...

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Cuomo, GOP winners in Albany’s big deals

ALBANY — Seven casinos, a cut in one of the biggest government costs facing taxpayers, more convictions of career criminals and a far more promising outlook for Republicans are results of the wheeling and dealing that ended early Thursday morning ...

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Cuomo proposes aid for N.Y. beer, wine makers

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has drafted two bills he says will provide a boon to the state’s beer and wine industries. Under the first bill, the state would create a new licensing system for breweries, allowing those that meet specific requirements ...

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Cuomo’s numbers drop in NY poll by Siena College

ALBANY — A new poll shows Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s favorability and job performance have dropped and most New Yorkers see little improvement in key issues during his first 14 months in office. The Siena College poll shows the Democrat still ...

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Records show tough questions to Cuomo

ALBANY — Records of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s first online chat with New Yorkers show the Democrat’s hand-picked questions didn’t include an onslaught of queries on thorny issues including hydraulic fracturing for natural gas. Several New Yorkers on the chat asked ...

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Sheriffs, DAs support DNA databank growth

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Wednesday that all 62 county district attorneys, all of the state’s 58 county sheriffs, more than 400 New York State Police chiefs, and leading victims’ advocacy groups have endorsed the DNA Databank Expansion bill. He ...

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