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Stalled in Albany

The state Legislature remains stuck in neutral on the issue of ridesharing in Upstate New York.

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Green giant

With the federal commitment to renewable energy now highly uncertain, the leadership role played by Google and other companies is vitally important.

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A running start

President-elect Donald Trump hopes to achieve 4 percent annual GDP growth. And he will have a running start, inheriting an improving economy.

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Immigrant assets

The Empire State demonstrates the benefits of welcoming immigrants who want to make a new life here.

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A tower reborn

The renamed Tower280 at Midtown stands as a testament to the vision of a few and the hard work of many.

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The nation’s choice

The question now is what Mr. Trump will do with his chance. Will he revert to candidate Trump? Or will he seize the opportunity to confound the nation once again, by demonstrating civility, generosity and a commitment to being the leader of the entire country?

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Decision time

Taking part in the political process is a right in this country, not an obligation.

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They know growth

When it comes to describing the local economy, you could say data don’t tell the whole story about how the Rochester region is faring.

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The poverty numbers

Dozens of organizations and thousands of area residents are committed to the long battle against poverty here.

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More than zero

Fiduciary responsibility does exist in business. It is a legal obligation to act in the best interest of others.

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Still overcast

New York's taxes create a climate that is among the least inviting to businesses anywhere in the country.

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A spreading stain

The stain of public corruption now has spread to the executive chamber and beyond.

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A moat no more

Even skeptics should have a much clearer idea of the potential of filling in a portion of the Inner Loop.

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Why we have laws

Laws requiring regulatory oversight are on the books for good reason, and they should be vigorously enforced.

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