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Lawmakers Continue To Fight to Protect Rome DFAS Jobs

Three federal lawmakers are urging House and Senate Armed Services Committee leaders to continue to protect jobs at DFAS in Rome.

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USDA Accepting Proposals From Greek Yogurt Makers For School Lunch Program

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is now accepting proposals from Greek yogurt makers to provide yogurt to schools in up to 12 states as part of the USDA's School Lunch program, which added Greek yogurt to menus last year.

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FEMA Funding For Herkimer County Bridge

Nearly $670,000 in federal funding will be used to upgrade and repair a flood-prone bridge in Herkimer County.

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Schumer Calls on CSX to Fix ‘Dilapidated’ Train Trestles in Rome [PHOTOS]

A New York lawmaker is calling on a major transportation company to clean up its act.

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Schumer Bill Makes Trespassing On Critical Infrastructure A Federal Crime

Senator Charles Schumer today announced new legislation that will make it a federal crime to trespass on critical infrastructure like New York City bridges, the World Trade Center or the Statute of Liberty with intent to commit a crime.

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Senators Urge DOJ To Grant New York Medical Marijuana Waiver

Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand are urging the Department of Justice to grant New Yorkers immediate access to medical marijuana before legalization is implemented in the state.

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FDA Reverses Course On ‘Spent Grains’ Rule

The FDA is issuing a revised rule that will allow a century old practice of brewers to sell or donate spent grains to continue.

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Utica Awarded More Than $300,000 For Fire Safety Education Project

More than $300,000 in federal funding has been awarded to the City of Utica Housing Authority to launch the Community Fire Safety Education project.

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Schumer Pushes To Save Jobs At CABVI

 

Senator Charles Schumer was at the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Utica on Wednesday to launch a push to save more than 100 jobs there.

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Federal Funding To Help Improve Craft Brewing Industry

Over $123,000 in federal funding for research and development at Hartwick College will help the local craft brewing and food industry.

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