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GovExec Daily: Vaccine Mandates After the Supreme Court OSHA Decision

Last week, the Supreme Court blocked the Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration rule that was to bring a vaccine-or-test requirement for employees at…

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Proposed OPM Rule on Federal Workforce Policies is Available for Public Comments

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has published proposed rules that would seek to repeal multiple Trump-era workforce policies (EO 13839) which revised the procedural and…

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Fact Check: Will there be an eviction crisis?

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Will there be an eviction crisis? That’s what some people have been worried about now that New York’s eviction ban is over. There have been…

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What tenants and landlords need to know about the end of NY’s eviction moratorium

(WSYR-TV) — On March 20, 2020 through executive order then Governor Andrew Cuomo announced New York’s eviction moratorium, to help people who had a hardship during the…

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Here’s how to get free over-the-counter, at-home COVID-19 test kits through insurance

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — At-home COVID-19 test kits purchased over-the-counter will soon come at no cost for most Americans. Starting Saturday, the federal government is requiring…

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MSPB passes five-year mark without a quorum

The Merit Systems Protection Board passed a new and unwanted milestone last week—five years without a quorum. The quasi-judicial agency, charged with protecting federal…

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Fight over vaccine mandate for National Guard rages

The Pentagon won its first battle over its vaccine mandate for the National Guard, but a broader fight over the mandate is raging as multiple states seek to exert their authority.…

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Criminal charge against Andrew Cuomo dropped

ALBANY, N.Y. (WHEC) — Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo will not be prosecuted over an allegation he groped an aide in the Governor’s mansion. The decision Tuesday by the Albany…

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Here’s how to report someone breaking a COVID-19 isolation order

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — With cases in CNY reaching record levels, it’s only a matter of time before several people you know have COVID and are quarantined. But what do you do if…

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NY Attorney General subpoenas former President Trump and children Donald Jr. and Ivanka

ALBANY, NY (WRGB) — The investigation into the business dealings of the Trump Organization has now fanned out to include two of the former president’s children, who have…

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