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What’s needed now

Without some prudent business risk-taking, this area could find itself playing catch-up with the broader economy.

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Education economics

This region is fortunate to have such a robust group of independent colleges and universities.

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The Silver indictment

The Sheldon Silver case in an indictment of a system New Yorkers have long tolerated.

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Finding common ground

Members of the upstate delegation have an opportunity to set an example by working together productively on such issues.

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The $5 billion question

State lawmakers are faced with what many no doubt see as a happy problem: how to spend $5 billion.

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Which way now?

As we enter a new year, some risk-taking in the Rochester region might be in order.

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A bigger wealth gap

At 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, the Commerce Department released its revised figure for third-quarter economic growth. The number was an eye-popping 5 percent—the sharpest GDP gain in more than a decade.

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Innovative city

For Rochester, selection by Bloomberg Philanthropies for Innovation Teams program is a clear vote of confidence.

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Fresh investment

It's easy to understand why the health of the Great Lakes is critically important. But that vitality has been jeopardized by two centuries of development.

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Time for a raise?

New York lawmakers have much more to do before they’ve earned a raise.

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Opportunity for all

While recent trends may not be entirely clear, this much is: the importance of job creation and retention.

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An improbable opportunity

Is it any surprise that the federal deficit has largely disappeared as a political issue?

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Shared defense

Congress needs to pass legislation that allows more information sharing while ensuring strong privacy safeguards are in place.

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Why Nov. 4 matters

Make no mistake, how New Yorkers cast their ballots next week could shape politics and governance in Albany for at least the next several years.

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