Governor Cuomo

Veterans Tuition
9:05 am
Tue July 22, 2014

SUNY Students Back Bill to Help Out-of-State Vets go to SUNY Colleges

Credit Clinton.edu

  A bill sits on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s desk that could make it easier for veterans to afford to go to college here in New York.  The Student Assembly of the State University of New York is lobbying for the measure.  Communications Director Juliann Schindler explains it would open SUNY campuses to out-of-state vets.

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HIV/AIDS
6:05 pm
Tue July 1, 2014

Cuomo Announces Plan to Help End AIDS Epidemic

Governor Cuomo joins demonstrators at New York City's PRIDE Parade
Credit governor.ny.gov

Central New York health agencies are praising Governor Cuomo’s efforts to put an end to the AIDS epidemic in New York State. Governor Cuomo announced his plan on Sunday, the same day as New York City’s PRIDE Parade. Cuomo’s goal is to reduce the number of HIV infections to 750 cases a year by the year 2020.

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2014 NY GUBERNATORIAL RACE
6:04 pm
Thu May 22, 2014

Gov. Cuomo Accepts Nomination to Seek 2nd Term with New Running Mate

The view of the crowd gathered for Gov. Cuomo's appearance at the state's Democratic Party convention on Long Island.
Credit Matt Ryan / New York Now

Governor Cuomo was nominated to run for a second term, along with his freshly chosen running mate, former Western New York Congresswoman Kathy Hochul.

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Republican Rob Astorino
3:34 pm
Fri March 7, 2014

GOP Hopeful for Governor Visits Syracuse, Slams Cuomo Record and Policies

Republican Rob Astorino, supported by Senator John DeFrancisco (right)
Credit Chris Bolt/WAER News

The newly minted G-O-P hopeful for governor made clear distinctions between himself and Governor Cuomo in a visit to Syracuse today.  Rob Astorino entered the race Wednesday.  He believes most people would come to the conclusion that New York is ‘losing.’

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Tax Cuts
6:39 pm
Wed January 15, 2014

Local Businesses, Homeowners Encouraged by Proposed Tax Reforms

Tax cuts could impact the Central New York economy.

Central New York business leaders and homeowners are publicly expressing their support for Governor Cuomo’s $2 billion tax relief plan.  They joined government officials Wednesday to urge the state legislature to approve the proposal.  DeWitt Town Supervisor Ed Michalenko says the business community isn’t used to such a friendly atmosphere in tax decision-makers.

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