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Veterans Will Now Have Presumptive Conditions for Burn Pit Exposure

The VA has agreed to presume certain disabilities are linked to exposure to toxic fumes from burn pits. The VA will now recognize asthma, rhinitis, and sinusitis as diseases…

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COVID-19, Foster Care and Visitation

Since March of this year New York has been in various stages of lock-down or has imposed other restrictions on the population’s everyday life. As everyone has experienced, this…

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Part Two: The MSPB Empowerment Act of 2020 and the Possible Effects on Federal Employees Waiting on Appeals

Part Two of a Two-Part Series In our first article, we addressed the implications of newly proposed legislation, the Merit Systems Protection Board Empowerment Act of 2020…

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New York State’s new mandatory vaccination law leaves some parents seeking answers

A new law in New York State that eliminates exemptions from vaccinations has left some parents in a quandary. As the start of a new school year inches closer, parents who oppose…

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Shoveling is (S)no(w) Fun, but It’s Necessary

Ol’ Man Winter can be a real pain for New Yorkers. Its storms wreak havoc on the roads and force homeowners, business owners and landlords out into the cold to clear away the…

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Tully Rinckey opens Austin office in $15 million expansion push

Law firm Tully Rinckey PLLC has opened a new office in Austin, its 10th location overall. The new office is part of a strategy by the Albany, New York, firm to spend the next four…

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