NY Lawmaker's Proposal Limits Opioid Pain Killers Doctors Can Prescribe InitiallyA New York state lawmaker has an idea on how to avoid further opioid-related deaths.
Health Group Fined $100,000 For 'No Haitians' Help-Wanted AdInterim Healthcare Inc.’s ad for a female nursing position in West Haverstraw explicitly stated “No Haitians” would be considered for employment.
Federal Railroad Administration Renews Call To Improve Safety At CrossingsThe FRA is asking states to revisit 2010 safety recommendations about warning signs, traffic lights and event recorders at rail crossings.
New York To Suspend Registrations Of Chronic Toll Evaders Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that soon after the start of the new year, the state's Department of Motor Vehicles plans to suspend the registration of any motorist who fails to pay five tolls within a period of 18 months.
Health Care Company Apologizes For 'No Haitians' Help-Wanted Ad In NY PennysaverA Florida-based health care company is apologizing for a help wanted advertisement posted in New York that called for "no Haitians."
Former Schools Chancellor Walcott To Monitor Troubled East Ramapo DistrictA former New York City Schools Chancellor has been appointed to monitor and report back to Albany on one of the most troubled school districts in the state.
Fiscal Monitor Calls For State Oversight Of East Ramapo SchoolsHank Greenberg said Monday that the Rockland County district's finances "teeter on the edge of disaster."
'Zombie' Homes Without Owners Forgotten By BanksThe rundown, ramshackle wrecks in the areas are the physical remnants of the sub-prime mortgage bubble that neighbors say is a problem, but no one’s business.
State Senator Calls For Tougher Penalties For Toll CheatsCarlucci cites a study that found $7 million in uncollected tolls over a four year period at the Tappan Zee Bridge alone.
Report: 'Shocking' Conditions In N.Y. Day Care CentersState inspections found children isolated in closets, subjected to corporal punishment and humiliated in New York day care centers that saw little state oversight and enforcement, according to a report released by the state Senate's Independent Democratic Conference.
Bloomberg Blames 'Partisan Elections' For Alleged Election-Rigging PlotMayor Bloomberg said he believes the opportunity for the kind of corruption alleged against the political leaders arose because political parties are part and parcel of New York City's elections.
NY Legislature Passes 'Lauren's Law' In Hopes Of Boosting Organ Donor EnrollmentNew York lawmakers have voted on a bill that requires a mandatory question about donor registration to appear on driver’s license applications.

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