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Group never planned to meet with gov

ALBANY — Developers of an Islamic cultural center and mosque near ground zero say they never planned to meet with New York Gov. David A. Paterson over his offer to help find an alternative site.

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NY’s ‘Do Not Call’ law updated

New York Gov. David Paterson has signed into law updates to the state’s Do Not Call regulations, making them equal, if not more powerful, than the federal rules. Mindy Bockstein, chairwoman and executive director of the state Consumer Protection Board ...

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Commission hears Yankee tickets case

ALBANY — A lawyer for New York’s Public Integrity Commission says Gov. David Paterson violated ethics laws by soliciting five World Series tickets last year from the New York Yankees, a registered lobbyist.

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DMV uses new tech to snag thieves, hitman

ALBANY — Gov. David A. Paterson says face-recognition technology has led to 100 arrests in New York over six months, ranging from people trying to defraud insurance companies to a mob hit man who sought a new identity a day after he was released from prison.

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Compromise sought on SUNY plan

ALBANY — Gov. David A. Paterson and key Assembly members are trying to negotiate a compromise that would give public universities more autonomy, including the ability to raise tuition without the Legislature’s approval.

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