A Message to My Fellow New Yorkers By David A. Paterson

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Over the past year, we have worked together to tackle the worst fiscal and economic crisis to hit New York since the Great Depression. Throughout that time, my number one priority as Governor has been to stabilize our State’s economy and put New York on the road to recovery. By taking necessary and sometimes difficult steps, our State has avoided …

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Caroline, Come to Albany By Henry J. Stern

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Caroline Kennedy Would Make a Cool Lieutenant Governor Day 30 of the Blackberry Turnover brings smoke signals that the hissy fit in the Senate is close to some kind of resolution, for better or worse. Not every peace treaty is a good one, though. Recall what followed Versailles.

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Statement from Governor Paterson on the Murder of Dr. George Tiller

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Albany, NY — Governor David A. Paterson issued the following statement on the murder of Dr. George Tiller: “I was deeply saddened to learn that Dr. George Tiller, a well-known provider of and advocate for women’s health care, was gunned down this morning at his church in  Wichita, Kansas. With his murder, we are robbed not only of a dedicated and …

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Agreement To Reform New York State’s Rockefeller Drug Laws Ends Harsh Sentences for Non-violent Addicts

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Focuses on Treatment Rather than Punishment to End the Cycle of Addiction Albany, NY — Governor David A. Paterson pictured left), Senate Majority Leader Malcolm A. Smith and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver today announced a three-way agreement calling for sweeping reform of the State’s Rockefeller Drug Laws. The agreement eliminates the harsh sentences that the Rockefeller Drug Laws mandated by …

eHeziAgreement To Reform New York State’s Rockefeller Drug Laws Ends Harsh Sentences for Non-violent Addicts