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Not so smart

Prudent investment in technology for schools is not the issue. It’s the inappropriate and unwise use of long-term borrowing for this purpose.

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Pick your economy

To many people, the U.S. economy could not be lousier. Yet compared to all the other economies around the globe...

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No defense

If the NFL is smart, it will opt to win a few points with fans by retiring the blackout policy.

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Poverty and jobs

Poverty is not a problem with a single solution. But clearly, job creation must play a key role.

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Strength of leadership

URMC has thrived under Dr. Berk’s leadership. There’s every reason to believe it will continue to do so with Dr. Taubman as CEO.

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The Glazers’ legacy

Laurence and Jane Glazer did not steer clear of challenges; they embraced them.

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Teachable moment

Mr. Cuomo is virtually certain to prevail in the primary, but will challenger Zephyr Teachout win enough votes to embarrass him?

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Over the top

One year after state employees set a record for overtime, they are on a pace to do it again.

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Cheap talk

What if the “skills gap” truly does not exist?

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The sort-of recovery

Any remedy for the income inequality situation must start with this question: Why has the divide between rich and poor broadened?

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How not to build trust

The Moreland Commission, something billed as an effort to restore public trust, has had the opposite effect.

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Second to none

In importance to the Rochester-area economy, non-profits today are second to none.

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A needed review

It seems hard to argue with his statement that the current laws governing the activities of certain authorities "are in need of review and reform."

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