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Teaching hospital faces $20M deficit

Pending decision can make or break University of Connecticut's teaching facility.

Hope on the near horizon

Stamford’s has a fresh equation for housing

 

 

Larkin at 80 blasts budget

William Larkin criticizes Elliot Spitzer's proposed budget, claiming it will create a fiscal burden.

Budget worries

Counties say more costs come with Spitzer’s plan

Rell seeks growth cabinet

Governor Jodi Rell introduced new business and economic plans in response to her defeated 2007 reforms.

 

 

Battle ready

The National Federation of Independent Businesses/New York is at odds with paid leave, minimum wage issues.

Battle ready

The National Federation of Independent Businesses/New York is at odds with paid leave, minimum wage issues

Panel greenlights congestion pricing

NY state commission submits its modified version of congestion pricing to city officials for approval

 

Legislators gird for budget battle

New York's capital emerges as the site of a budget battle

Terror insurance bill is law

President Bush extends the federal Terrorism Risk Insurance Act

Hinchey pushes agenda; slams Bush

The sand in the hourglass is about to run out on numerous legislative issues that would provide funding for hospitals, medical research, health care access, education, student loans, law enforcement, highway infrastructure, veterans health care and renewable energy.

Route 6 funds advance

U.S. Rep. John Hall, D-Dover, has helped secure $2 million in federal funding to help the town of Cortlandt reconstruct Route 6 (East Main Street), his office announced.