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Age of anxiety

Free enterprise can work for all and, even with its flaws, remains the best path to prosperity.

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A good first step

State and local governments nationwide grant tax breaks that annually amount to billions of dollars. Yet there is a surprising lack of disclosure about the impact on public finances and lack of standards on measuring success.

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Guilty as charged

If the governor and lawmakers want to signal they truly intend to clean up Albany, they could move quickly on a couple of much-discussed measures.

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Stuck in place

The Tax Foundation’s research is a useful reminder, however, that New York still has much work to do.

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Another jumpstart

The final Regulation Crowdfunding rules seem to achieve the right balance.  

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The wrong example

There are other, better ways to boost the earnings of low-income workers.

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Another opportunity

Another victory at the polls has brought a new opportunity for Republican Cheryl Dinolfo.

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Dollar discipline

For U.S. companies that export or do business abroad, a robust dollar certainly is a headache.

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Change in Canada

The task that awaits Canada's new leader will not be easy.

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Forward thinking

The worth of the Finger Lakes plan truly will be demonstrated if it guides the region no matter the outcome of the Upstate Revitalization contest.

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Learning power

One of the most important areas of growth has been health care and education, which has been a core strength here in recent years.

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Here we go again

Budget dysfunction in Washington is routine, but shutting down the government ought to be beyond the pale.

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A political number

Research on the impact of minimum wage laws is voluminous and it offers plenty to both sides of the debate.

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On the outside

More jobs are needed—especially for those who think the economy has no place for them.

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