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    Albany, N.Y. - Following the enactment of a controversial law in North Carolina, Governor Andrew Cuomo has banned all non-essential state travel to North Carolina. The law in question bans individuals from using restrooms that do not match the gender indicated on their birth certificates...
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    OKAY! This is what I did today as this is the first work day of 2016. I googled U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara in Google News and created a News Alert. This way, Google will notify me of any breaking news that contains the words U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara. The holidays are now officially over...
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    United States Attorney Preet Bharara feels emboldened, sources say, following the conviction of former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver - on all of seven corruption charges. Despite lacking a "smoking gun" to constitute an explicit quid pro quo, the jury handed Bharara a sweeping win. Such is the...
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    ALBANY - We're No. 1 - in corruption. No other state has more legislators forced out of office by ethical or criminal issues than New York, according to a study released on Monday. In fact, the state set a national record for the number of lawmakers kicked out, or chased out of office since...
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    Governor Cuomo will be in Rochester today, July 9th, for a special event for local lawmakers, dubbed "Capital for a Day." This "day-long" event is a chance for local lawmakers to meet with the governor and other senior state officials  to "advance local priorities for growth and improvements in...
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    The Sullivan Act and the FE Act are Failures Just like COBIS was. Last week John Stark noted that the Sullivan Act was a failure: Boy did he hit the nail on the head. The Sullivan Laws have been around 70 years. They were created by a Gangster turned politician (who died of syphilis) to...
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    As with the current NY SAFE Act, having more than 7 rounds of ammo in your magazine is defined as criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree, a Class D Violent Felony. A felony is defined as a crime punishable by death or imprisonment in excess of one year. We consider these crimes...
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