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“If government makes a significant investment in a project, one of the things we expect is that the workers employed as part of that project are paid a wage that allows them to live as part of the community," said Assemblyman David Buchwald.
Massachusetts’s Republican Gov. Charlie Baker was judged most popular with a 73% approval rating.
The number of electric vehicles on the road jumped to 36,854 in 2018, up from 24,551 in 2017.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJ5Ea9KS1ys In Mount Kisco this afternoon, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo launched a “Tax Fairness for the Middle Class Campaign” in the company of politicians and...
This burden for New York families has been created by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who continues to block job-creating natural gas pipeline projects.
“Look at the mindset in Albany. It’s just spend like crazy,” former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino said.
Developing a consistently reliable DUI test for marijuana users is a key consideration, according to area lawmakers.
Of the 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrats are now in control of that chamber, wresting control from Republicans: the latest count was 219-193, with 23 seats yet to be declared. On the U.S. Senate side, Republicans maintained control by a 51-43 margin, with four seats yet to be called.
Led by a husband-wife team, the brewery has been selling beer made solely from New York ingredients since 2013 and just finished its new tasting room.
The private companies selling individual plans in the New York State of Health marketplace had asked for rate increases averaging 24 percent, but the state instead approved rate increases averaging 8.6 percent.
“In the weeks leading up to an election, rhetoric often becomes politically charged,” the Stamford-based company said, referring to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s bid for a third term this fall.
In June, the company was named one of the World Economic Forum’s 2018 Technology Pioneers and was awarded funding for a demonstration project to further New York State’s clean energy goals.
The newly signed law in part creates an Employer Compensation Expense Program (ECEP) that allows business owners to help their workers maximize deductibility.
The first phase of construction, expected to start in 2019, will include 220 independent living apartments and villas for seniors ages 62 and older.