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New act will increase administrative burdens

An unfortunate consequence of the Wage Theft Prevention Act is that it will add to the heavy burden of well-meaning employers while creating yet another opportunity for expensive class-action litigation, which predominantly benefits attorneys

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Cuomo knows the way; does he have the will?

In his State of the State address, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said starkly that the state “spends too much money.” Faced with a $12 billion deficit, the governor must cut spending. Meanwhile, the Democrats in the state Legislature will hold out ...

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Paladino was dreadful for Buffalo’s reputation

Now, more than ever, I think Buffalo needs my help. I’m a self-appointed advocate for Buffalo and have been for years. It’s volunteer work and there is no heavy lifting involved, but I consider it to be essential. The role ...

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N.Y.’s hostile climate must be fixed

 If New York's government continues to foster hostile business conditions, more companies will be going out of business or migrating to other states.

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