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Empire State Weekly: Gun executive order and NYC primaries

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — New York is taking three new actions to cut down on an increase in gun violence across the state, including two new laws and a sweeping executive order.…

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Could aspects of NY’s gun violence emergency declaration end up before Supreme Court?

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The state’s top law enforcement officer, Attorney General Letitia James, came to Syracuse to announce a major drug bust involving two crime networks.…

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How Federal Agencies Will Proceed With Hybrid Workplaces

The federal government announced its post-Covid-19 work policy as open with “maximum telework flexibilities” to all current telework-eligible employees, writes Stephanie…

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Legal expert talks NY’s gun violence disaster emergency

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Governor Andrew Cuomo declared a disaster emergency Tuesday over the issue of gun violence throughout the State of New York. “Right now, the gun…

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Cuomo declares gun violence emergency, signs gun liability law

NEW YORK — Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a gun violence disaster emergency Tuesday, promising a sweeping array of community-based initiatives to reduce the rash of shootings in…

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Veteran investigators launch new watchdog group to assist ‘patriotic whistleblowers’

A group of veteran investigators, attorneys, and law enforcement leaders on Friday launched a new nonpartisan, nonprofit watchdog dedicated to strengthening public integrity and…

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NY landlords will be paying the price long after eviction ban ends

CAPITAL REGION, NY (WRGB) — New York’s eviction moratorium is costing landlords more than just unpaid rent, and some expect their costs to rise as they begin the process of…

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The Socio-Economic Division Among Women in Child Support Proceedings

Simplistically speaking, there are two major areas of contention in family law: money and children. These areas combine to produce a process we know as child support. Each state…

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NLRB Confirmations Among Top Labor Moves Left For Biden

President Joe Biden is poised to make appointments in the second half of the year that could shift the approach of several federal agencies that deal with labor rights, and…

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Fed up with labor shortage, CNY businesses turn in those on jobless benefits who reject work

Syracuse, N.Y. — Since the pandemic began, Chris Cesta has turned in a dozen people to the state for what he says are illegal unemployment claims. In a usual year, the owner and…

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