If you’ve ever found it difficult to get a drink at a crowded bar then you know how it feels to be a small business trying to get a liquor license in New York. A severe backlog in the liquor license review process ...
The Seneca Nation of Indians is pulling out all the stops in its battle with the state over the collection of taxes on cigarettes its sells to non members. Nation representatives were still in court ...
New York voters strongly support Indian treaties, which prevent taxation of Native American-sold goods, according to a new Zogby International poll conducted on behalf of the Seneca Nation of Indians.
The New York state comptroller is the steward of nearly all taxpayer money, but the race for the seat historically has not generated too much public interest — until this year. Current Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and candidate Harry Wilson ...
The New York State Medicaid program overpaid for dental cleanings and oral examinations by more than $40 million from 2004 to 2009, according to an audit by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.
The Monroe County Bar Association and the New York State Thruway Authority are co-sponsoring a CLE on waterways law as part of next month’s World Canals Conference in Rochester.
New York lawyers are relieved the state has revised changes made in 2008 to the power of attorney law, but more work remains.
NEW YORK — New York’s Democratic political establishment came out in force for embattled U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel on Wednesday, packing a sold-out fundraiser to praise Rangel’s service to the city and state over a 40-year career recently tainted by ethics charges.
The New York State Division of Licensing Services on Friday announced that nearly 5,000 more New Yorkers — about 24 percent — were licensed in the second quarter of 2010 than in the second quarter of 2009.
New York State Agriculture Commissioner Patrick Hooker joined representatives of Wegmans Food Markets Inc. on Wednesday at their Henrietta store to recognize the state’s first major food retailer to carry syrup with the industry’s latest ...
BUFFALO — An attorney says New York state is paying $4.25 million in compensation to a man who spent 22 years in prison for two rapes committed by someone else.
ALBANY — State transportation and economic development agencies are hosting a conference in Albany to discuss the future of high-speed rail in New York state.
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