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Despite court decision, unions still feel impacts of Trump’s workforce executive orders

Soon after a federal district court overturned key provisions of the President’s three workforce executive orders last year, federal unions declared the court’s decision…

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Law school to offer fully online-only course on veterans law

The School of Law will debut its first online-only course this summer, a veterans law course that is the first of its kind in the U.S. Law students can earn three credits for…

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Why Did Convicted Rapist Not Receive Jail Time?

A Watertown bus driver convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl won’t serve time in prison. It’s a decision that’s sparked some outrage across the country. An…

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Tricare approved this disabled airman’s surgery, then stuck him with a $46K bill

First, Tricare approved the surgery that a retired and disabled Air Force master sergeant needed to correct a debilitating back disease and reimbursed his costs. Then, the…

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Rochester Drug Cooperative to pay $20 million fine in federal opioid settlement

Rochester, N.Y. (WHAM) — A regional drug wholesale cooperative based in Chili has agreed to pay a $20 million fine to the federal government over a five-year period for failure…

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Man in Chili’s Double Murder to Face Death Penalty

Federal authorities have made the decision to seek the death penalty against the man who admitted to killing two former co-workers. U.S. Attorney General William Barr has…

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ADVISORY: Premium Processing for all H-1B Visas Resumes, Indicating a Move Toward Faster Approval

March 13, 2019—Washington, D.C.— The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has just announced that it has resumed premium processing for all H-1B visa…

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Business of the Week: Tully Rinckey

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. – The law firm of Tully Rinckey is the Greater Binghamton Chamber Business of the Week. Founded and headquartered in Albany, the firm currently has nine…

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Furloughed Feds Should Avoid GoFundMe, Ethics Office Says

Many furloughed federal workers took dramatic steps to stay financially afloat during the recent government shutdown. Some took on second jobs; others took out loans through their…

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Public Safety or Right To Privacy? Bill To Limit Arrest Info

As part of the state budget plan, Gov. Cuomo announced a proposal to change the  mug shots are released by state law enforcement. If enacted, the proposal would alter the…

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