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Zero tolerance

Ethics reform remains talk only. And the window is closing on this legislative session, which is due to end in less than a month.

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Most readers oppose downtown casino

A new proposal has brought fresh attention to the topic of locating a casino in downtown Rochester—an idea first raised more than a decade ago. As before, the idea has both fans and foes.

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Broken ladder

Manufacturing employment is the key to long-term prosperity.

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The Silver sentence

In Albany, there has been much talk about getting tough on corruption, but little action. Not so in federal court.

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Skepticism is cheap

Even the skeptics must be impressed with the redevelopment activity under way in downtown Rochester today.

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Snap Poll: State of the city is ‘fair,’ majority say

More than half of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say the city of Rochester is in “fair” condition, and a plurality says the state of the city is unchanged compared with two years ago.

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The value-added tax deserves a close look

Supporters of the value-added tax have argued that one of the biggest advantages the VAT has relative to other taxes is that it makes the task of tax enforcement relatively straightforward.

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Those are the breaks

It’s no surprise that many believe a system with broader-based rates and without a multitude of breaks would be more equitable.

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Help United Way achieve goal for community

Donating to United Way of Greater Rochester is the most effective, efficient way to achieve solutions for our community’s most critical challenges.

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