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Governor Cuomo Delivering Casino Revenue Withheld By Seneca Tribe For Four Years

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (AP) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo will visit the three western New York cities with casinos to deliver gambling revenue funds that were withheld by the Seneca Nation of Indians during a four-year dispute with the state.

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Destination Gaming Resorts Coming to Upstate NY
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Cuomo Signs Upstate Gaming Act

Governor Cuomo has signed the Upstate New York Gaming Economic Development Act, a new law that if approved will establish destination gaming resorts across the region.

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Governor Andrew Cuomo signs legislation banning sale, possession, and distribution of shark fins in New York.
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New York Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation Banning The Sale And Possession Of Shark Fins

One of the most expensive and popular delicacies in Asia is being slowly banned in the United States.  Legislation signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo today now makes New York among the states prohibiting the sale, possession, and distribution of shark fins.

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Lawsuit Challenges New York Casino Plan

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A private citizen is suing Governor Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders to try to void expansion of casino gambling approved in June.

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Courtney Burke appointed Deputy Secretary for Health in New York by Governor Andrew Cuomo
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Courtney Burke Named New York Deputy Secretary For Health By Governor Andrew Cuomo

Having most recently served as Commissioner of the New York Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD), Courtney Burke has been named New York's new Deputy Secretary for Health by Governor Andrew Cuomo.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announces flood relief for Central New York flood victims July 17, 2013 by Kristine Bellino.
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Governor Cuomo Says The State Will Help Central New York Flood Victims Because The Federal Government Will Not

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says New York will step in to help flood victims since the federal government will not.

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Photo: Assemblyman Marc Butler website
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State Assemblyman Marc Butler Says Governor Cuomo Is Expected To Announce Details Of Aid For Mohawk Valley Flooding Victims

State Assemblyman Marc Butler says Governor Cuomo will be announcing details of his ten million dollar aid package for residents affected by flooding in the Mohawk Valley, North Country, and Southern Tier regions of New York.

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German Street in Herkimer by Luke Tubia, WIBX
German Street in Herkimer by Luke Tubia, WIBX
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Keeler In The Morning Launches Change.org Petition To Have The Mohawk Valley Declared A Federal Disaster Area

As residents of the area, we feel that we have a responsibility to our Mohawk Valley listeners to help those recently affected by flooding.

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Flooding on Albany Street in Herkimer
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NYS Department of Financial Services in Herkimer

Herkimer County residents affected by the recent flooding are getting more financial help this week.

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Photo Credit: Office of Governor Andrew Cuomo
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Politicians Preparing For Queries From Governor Cuomo’s Commission To Investigate Public Corruption

The "Commission to Investigate Public Corruption" has been established with one goal: getting rid of the bad apples in government.

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