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Contractors getting paid, avoiding breach

Finally, the state is offering the beleaguered construction industry slivers of relief. After withholding money for weeks, New York is paying some contractors for completed work. And the state is telling firms they will not be found in breach of contract if they stop work until they are paid.

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NYS eyes upstate hydropower

New York State is considering tapping cheap hydropower sold to millions of upstate residents and using it to provide discounted power to companies and nonprofits statewide.

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Medical schools fight cuts

Cuts to medical schools equal cuts to one of New York State’s largest economic drivers. That’s the message a group of medical schools — among them the University of Rochester — is hoping to send Albany.

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