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The Essentials for Winning a Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Malpractice Claim

Every year, thousands of vets suffer from the poor medical treatment they receive at VA hospitals or medical facilities. From medication and diagnosis errors, to surgical errors…

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COVID-19 ‘long-haulers’ join the ranks of disabled Americans

Thirty-one years ago, the federal government made a promise to people living with disabilities: “Let the shameful wall of exclusion finally come tumbling down,” President…

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Albany Officials Shutter Lark Street Bar Linked To Recent Violence

Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan declared a State of Emergency Friday in order to shutter a city bar police say is linked to a recent spike in violence. The Democrat cited a 22%…

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Proposed vaccine mandate for federal employees could face some legal hurdles

The White House is “strongly considering” requiring federal employees show proof they received their COVID-19 vaccinations in order to return to their workplaces. The…

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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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SUMMER OUTLOOK – A Safe Reopening: States Debate, Venues Post Protocols

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Arena football games at Albany’s Times Union Center. Rangers hockey at Madison Square Garden. The New York City Ballet at SPAC. Venues gearing up for the…

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Debate over whether COVID-19 vaccines should be required continues

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — As we inch closer to the availability of COVID-19 vaccines, there’s been debate over whether or not getting a vaccination should be a requirement.…

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Debate over whether COVID-19 vaccines should be required continues

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — As we inch closer to the availability of COVID-19 vaccines, there’s been debate over whether or not getting a vaccination should be a requirement.…

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Turkeys for Veterans in Binghamton

A law firm and a supermarket chain with some stores located in Broome County is providing free turkeys to veterans in the area for an hour November 23. Tully Rinckey PLLC and…

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