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County mental health nurses worry about privatization under new law
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Undersheriff to run for Assembly seat
Montgomery County's undersheriff will try to run as the Republican candidate for the 111th New York State Assembly seat, now held by Democrat Angelo Santabarbara.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
NYC Could Get More Speed Cameras Installed Around School Zones
You may now think twice before speeding in a school zone as it will cost you a fine.
Cheektowaga councilwoman running for vacant Assembly seat
The race for the State Assembly seat formerly held by Dennis Gabryszak has its first contender.
Budget delay until August
THE new Liberal state government will hand down its first budget on August 28, as part of a busy second half of the year.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
N.J. Weedman Joined by Democrats Seeking Marijuana Taxes
Ed Forchion, the marijuana activist known as the New Jersey Weedman, became a fixture at the Statehouse in Trenton by setting up camp in his Weed Mobile and indulging in his favorite cause.
Kramer makes court appearance
UNDATED State Representative Bill Kramer is free on a signature bond, after making his first court appearance on two felony charges of second-degree sexual assault.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The Janesville Gazette
Steven Walters: Many War of Act 10 legislators head for state Capitol doors
On March 10, 2011, 95 members of the state Assembly voted on Act 10, which all but ended collective bargaining by most public employees.
Codey slams DiVincenzo, credits Norcross: The Autitor
TRENTON - What's that? Did state Sen. Richard Codey saying something nice about George Norcross , the state's most influential Democrat and the lawmaker's political nemesis? Well, kind of - but at the expense of another frequent target of his, Joseph DiVincenzo , the Essex County executive and fellow Democrat.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
London moving ahead with self-rule
Talks for self-rule for Tobago have deepened as two of the island's political heavy-rollers enter their third round of talks on the pressing issue on Tuesday.
Beggs warns A 68m health cut 'could cost lives'
Roy Beggs MLA, the Ulster Unionist Health spokesperson, has expressed concerns at suggestions to reduce the Health budget by 68m during this financial year.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
State Assembly: Four candidates seek 40th district seat
That changed when incumbent Assemblyman Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, ran in a special election to serve out the unexpired term of state Sen. Bill Emmerson, R-Redlands.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Nik Nazmi attacked by BN reps for allowing Bible issue to be DEBATED in S'gor assembly
Barisan Nasional state exco members today chastised the Selangor Deputy Speaker, Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad for allowing the issue of the seizure of Bibles to be debated in the assembly.
United Ukraine: Status of Bad & Good
Not solved the problem with terrorists in Donetsk and Lugansk. And then raise the head pro" Colorado beetles " in the south - after they are activated in Nikolaev Odessa.
TNCC takes strong exception to Jaya's 'call'
Tiruchirapalli, Apr 9 : Tamil Nadu Congress Committee president B S Ganadesikan today took strong exception to the reported appeal of AIADMK Supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa to the people to see that the Congress candidates in all the 39 Lok Sabha constituencies forfeit deposits.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Anchorage Daily News
Assembly passes measure forcing municipal officials to reimburse for fundraisers on city trips
The Anchorage Assembly on Tuesday unanimously passed a measure that forces municipal officials to reimburse the city for any campaigning that they do on a publicly funded trip, and to disclose it in a travel report.
Assembly session comes to a close
As the General Assembly session ended on Monday, bills passed raising the state minimum wage and decriminalizing the possession of small amounts of marijuana.
NJ drivers support mandatory practice for teens, orientation class for parents, AAA survey says
A survey by AAA of New Jersey found that most NJ motorists would support requirements that teens complete at least 50 hours of practice driving before being issued a license, and that a parent or guardian take an orientation class regarding teen driving privileges.
EU hopes for Armenian, Azeri leaders' Karabakh settlement dialogue to continue
PanARMENIAN.Net - The European Union hopes for a dialogue between Azerbaijani and Armenian Presidents to continue, the head of EU Delegation to Azerbaijan said, Azeri media reported.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Trust and Estate: New York Enacts Significant Changes To Estate Tax Laws
The last year was filled with speculation in the New York estate planning community that the 2014 State budget bill would result in significant changes to New York's long standing estate and gift tax laws.