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Oklahoma Sues Biden Admin Over National Guard Vaccine Mandate

The state of Oklahoma has filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration to halt its COVID-19 vaccination requirement for the National Guard, Gov. Kevin Stitt’s office…

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Rensselaer County Executive Steve McLaughlin faces calls to resign

Rensselaer County Executive Steve McLaughlin was arrested Wednesday on allegations he stole $3,500 in campaign funds to pay off personal debts, according to state Attorney General…

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Rensselaer County executive indicted on two felony charges

Rensselaer County Executive Steve McLaughlin was charged Wednesday with two felony counts stemming from allegations he stole $3,500 in campaign funds and used it to pay personal…

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Why It Might Be Difficult to Convict Andrew Cuomo of Forcible Touching

ALBANY, N.Y. — When former Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo was charged in October with allegedly groping a female aide’s breast inside the Executive Mansion, the move was seen as…

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Biden spending bill would hand unions win with big penalties for labor violations

Labor proponents are cheering a provision in the Democratic climate and social spending legislation that would impose fines against employers for violating labor laws. President…

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Over 7,000 Marines Unvaccinated as COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Deadline Hits

Five percent of active-duty Marines have not gotten a COVID-19 vaccine, the military branch says. The COVID-19 vaccine mandate was Nov. 28. Some 95 percent of active-duty Marines…

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VETCON assists service-disabled veteran owned businesses with networking

ALBANY – Many veterans say returning to civilian life after service can have some challenges. That was the case for Ty Thoeny, who spent eight years serving in the Navy and…

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VETCON brings NYS work to disabled veteran-owned businesses

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Service-disabled veterans can face many challenges when transitioning back to civilian life. In 2014, New York implemented a law to help them start their…

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More than 9 in 10 federal workers and military personnel are vaccinated, with only a small percentage seeking exemptions, White House says

Ninety-two percent of federal employees and military personnel have received at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine, while nearly 5 percent more have asked for exemptions on…

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Nearly 300 Syracuse hospital staff face termination as religious vaccine exemption expires

SYRACUSE N.Y. — Healthcare workers across Central New York have until midnight on Monday to show proof of vaccination or they won’t be able to come into work on Tuesday. CNY…

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