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22nd Congressional candidates spar over job creation ›
What role, if any, the government should play in job creation was at the forefront of Thursday's Time Warner Cable News debate between the three candidates running in the 22nd Congressional District. Third-party candidate Martin Babinec, an entrepreneur, said while rolling back regulations and lowering tax rates on businesses are effective tools, upstate New York already has the ingredients it needs to spur economic growth and he knows how to help them come together. "Within the role of being a congressman, there's the opportunity to bring the right parties and put them on a path that they wouldn't otherwise be," Babinec said. "This is what I've done for the past six years with my nonprofit. I know how to do it and we have actually helped hundreds of entrepreneurs and laid the foundation for thousands of jobs." He said moving tax dollars to large corporations isn't working. Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney (R-New Hartford) also chastised tax incentives, which she referred to as corporate
Fri, 21 Oct 2016 19:54:47 +0000
Tuned to Yesterday ›
#582, Horror, Dark Fantasy “The Sea Phantom” 2/6/42 NBC, Lights Out “Lord Marley’s Ghost” 9/7/43 CBS. Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.
Fri, 21 Oct 2016 14:00:00 +0000
Don't Flush! Scientists say unused prescription drugs are hurting Great Lakes ›
Saturday is Drug Take Back Day for people across the country. Educators with a program out of Cornell University and SUNY are particularly urging people who live near the Great Lakes to bring leftover prescription drugs to nearby collection sites. Helen Domske, with Sea Grant New York, says unused prescription drugs are often dumped down the drain or the toilet. That means antibiotics, hormones and vitamins are making their way into our waterways, threatening marine life. “There can be a real negative response with the animals. They can change behavior, they can change reproductive patterns. So it can be quite problematic." said Domske. Various pharmacies are participating in Drug Take Back Day, including Kinney Drugs in Watertown, Oswego and Syracuse, which will collect leftover prescription drugs this Saturday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. "If they can’t participate in the Saturday event, we ask people to talk to their pharmacist. See if their particular drug store has a drug take part
Fri, 21 Oct 2016 08:57:21 +0000
Is New York headed toward another budget gap? ›
After several years of budget surpluses, New York state tax revenue is coming in at a lower-than-expected rate. That could affect big-ticket programs like school aid and health care as well as a multi-year tax cut planned by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislators. Income tax collections are down nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars from what Cuomo’s budget division projected in April, at the start of the state’s fiscal year. The budget division did revise its figures in August, and lowered expected tax collections by $600 million. But State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli — who issued the monthly state cash report for September — said personal income tax collections dropped by $300 million more since then, although some other tax collections actually increased, for a net loss of $91 million. DiNapoli said he doesn’t think it’s the start of another recession or a “crisis,” but said it is a “cautionary signal.” “We’ve had a number of pretty good years; the next year probably is going to be a
Fri, 21 Oct 2016 08:50:00 +0000
Both sides claim victory after court ruling on Onondaga County lawmaker pay raises ›
A court ruling doesn’t seem to have quashed the bad blood between the Onondaga County Comptroller Bob Antonacci and County Executive Joanie Mahoney’s administration. Both sides are claiming victory following a lawsuit that accused county lawmakers of illegally giving themselves and other elected officials a raise last year.
Fri, 21 Oct 2016 08:38:00 +0000


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