Three State legislators want the New York State Comptroller to have final say on Rockland’s budget going forward.
Monthly Archives: June 2012
What was started to be an ambitious legislative year, has become quiet and disappointing with no closure on the State’s minimum wage.
The Journal News is reporting today that Rockland County, along with other Lower Hudson Valley municipalities, forfeited millions of dollars in a settlement it was to receive from the tobacco interests. Together, Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam counties sold off their interests in the settlement years ago and together forfeited most of the $659 million they were…
New York’s Attorney General fights off a partisan lawsuit trying to stop the state from regulating greenhouse emissions.
Four statewide elections in seven months will cost NY taxpayers more than $125 million, and the self indulgence of politicians is at fault.
The Affordable Health Care Act inspired many to states to write a good deal of healthcare legislation, especially when it came to Medicaid.
Republican-turned-Democrat Grant Valentine is challenging Carlucci’s party loyalty in a Facebook post.
Transportation experts say we should start taxing trucks for how far they drive, instead of how much gas they use.
Falling natural gas prices may help put the kibosh on hydrofracking development in the region.