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New Charitable Gaming Act Becomes Effective In June

New law modernizes how raffle tickets are bought and sold by charities in New York and permits raffles to be conducted “online” for the first time.

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Disharmony In The NYS Senate

After the IDC voted en masse against the GOP budget plan, one Republican warned that the items sought by the breakaway Dems could wind up stripped from the final budget plan.

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Language Matters; STWTETW

So far, more than 700,000 people have signed an online pledge to stop using the R-word, and the campaign is hoping for a million signatures.

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New State Medicaid Director Named

Donna Frescatore, who has led  the state’s online insurance exchange for the last five years, will become the next state Medicaid director, replacing Jason Helgerson when he leaves next month.

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Federal Prosecutors Accuse MTA Of Violating Rights Of People With Disabilities

New York’s subway remains one of the least accessible, lagging far behind older systems like those in Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia.

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Al Roker Wants To End Stigma Around Developmental Delays.

Roker and his wife Deborah Roberts spoke recently at the 2018 ADAPT Leadership Awards Gala about their 15-year-old son’s developmental challenges.

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#bFair2DirectCare Times Square Billboard Gains Notice

The 5,000-square-foot digital ad in Times Square is part of the effort to speed up wage increases for direct care workers.

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