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Cuomo: $4.4B high-tech deal will mean 6,900 jobs

ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo says a $4.4 billion high-tech project involving five global companies will create or retain 6,900 jobs statewide. The announcement made just before former President Bill Clinton's opening remarks at an economic forum ...

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Cuomo creates website for citizen comment

ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has released a new website to solicit comments from New Yorkers, promote his agenda, and announce some meetings and travel destinations. The state-paid website will also allow what Cuomo says will be live online town halls.

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New law allows for expanded donations

A new state law, recently signed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, will improve computer literacy and Internet accessibility among low-income New Yorkers and senior citizens. The new law will allow municipalities to donate surplus computers ...

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Cost of NY gov’s flights about $13K

ALBANY — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's use of state aircraft to or from his Westchester home and the required flights by state police to return to the Albany hangar likely cost over $1,300 an hour to operate, according to an aviation industry analysis.

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Cuomo launches program for farmers markets

A new state program will launch new farmers’ markets and expand others around the State of New York. The “New York Fresh Connect Farmers’ Markets” program will assist New York farmers by increasing the sale of locally-grown food in communities.

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NY expands law against music piracy

ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed an amendment to the New York statute against music piracy to add hard drives, flash drives, memory cards or other storage devices to the list of potential bootleg recording vehicles.

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Cuomo to sign power plant siting bill

ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo is set to sign a bill that will allow New York to increase its power production and to announce a plan allowing homeowners and businesses to borrow for the cost of energy efficiency projects.

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Cuomo signs law for Sunday openings

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has signed a law to allow the Board of Regents to determine what days the state library and museum will be open. The measure allows the Regents to set a new schedule that better serves the public and weekend visitors to Albany.

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