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The road to legalizing marijuana in NY

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – As recreational marijuana seems to be more and more likely to be passed this year, there are a few roadblocks that must be overcome first. The…

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Democratic-Run House Creates New Whistleblower Ombudsman

During their first hours controlling the House in the 116th Congress, Democrats on Jan. 3 and Jan. 4 pushed through an array of single-chamber rules changes that…

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Vetcon 2018 Sets Record Attendance Numbers

This year’s Veterans in Economic Transition Conference (VETCON) saw significant growth over last year’s annual event. VETCON was sold out this year with approximately 550…

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Trump tweet may sink case against Green Beret who killed Taliban captive

President Trump’s tweet announcement that he will review the ongoing case of an Army Green Beret charged with the premeditated murder of a Taliban bombmaker in Afghanistan…

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Eugene Welch honored by town of Greece

Eugene Welch, a partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC, has been recognized by the town of Greece for 14 years of service as a trustee of the Greece Library Board of Trustees. Town…

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This startup could save helicopters and airplanes millions of dollars by replacing a critical piece of equipment

When Daryian Rhysing was an aircraft mechanic for the U.S. Army, he developed carpal tunnel syndrome from manually putting together thousands of tiny clamps that keep wiring in…

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Here’s What Sergeant’s Lawsuit Against Onondaga Sheriff’s Office Must Prove

A sergeant with the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office is suing the department, with a 70-page lawsuit outlining allegations of improper arrests, illegal seizures, false…

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Troy aerospace firm wins Tully Rinckey award

United Aircraft Technologies of Troy won first place in the business plan competition at this year’s Veterans in Economic Transition Conference organized by the Tully…

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Kennedy: Veterans have harder time getting financing for business ventures

I should have thought to count the number of times Amy Amoroso peppered her talk with the word “free.” No matter, it was a lot. Amoroso, based in Watervliet, is director of…

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Giving Back to Veterans For Thanksgiving

For Jerry Flynn, the holidays are about food and family. “Have a family, a place of love,” he said. “It just means everything to me since the day I left Vietnam,…

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