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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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Progress report

A positive sign for the entire upstate region: Its annual wage gain of 3.3 percent last year outpaced both the downstate and national averages.

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Immigrant story

Over a five-year period, the number of foreign-born Rochesterians jumped nearly 20 percent.

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Advanced assets

Rochester continues to have key assets in advanced industries and soon could gain more with the photonics hub.

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Red ink rising

Remember the federal debt and deficits? You don’t hear much about either one these days, but they haven’t gone away.

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The long view

Do public firms deserve all the attention they get? Yes, they do.

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