Wagner: Millionaire’s Tax Should Fund Education

In his second public appearance since he announced his candidacy back in September, 40th District challenger Justin Wagner descended upon Mount Kisco Public Library last Wednesday to call on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to extend the state’s millionaire’s tax, which was set

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Ball to Cuomo: Get Your Fracks Straight

In contrast to the cool, crisp air and the beautiful sunshine outside Mount Kisco Village Hall Monday, State Sen. Greg Ball delivered a heated speech on hydraulic fracturing, calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to extend the state’s public hearing on

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Senate Votes to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage; Gov. Makes it Law

The New York State Senate voted Friday night to legalize same-sex marriage and the governor swiftly signed the bill into law. New York is the sixth state in the nation — and the most populous — to legalize same-sex marriage.

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Cuomo Calls for Cuts, Wins Approval of Area Officials

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s first proposed budget contained a 2.7-percent reduction in spending for the 2011-12 fiscal year, including cuts to Medicaid and school aid. The area’s state representatives across the aisle supported Cuomo’s plans, calling the cuts necessary to keep

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