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  • Monday in Albany: Polish-American Congress Day

     
    Monday will be Polish American Congress Day in Albany. The congress tries to be the voice of some 10 million Polish-Americans and has been conducting voter registration drives in New York State to increase its clout. The groups says......
  • Senate Dems aim early mail at GOP Senators

     
    More than 20 months before the next election, Senate Democrats are already sending mail into the districts of marginal Senate Republicans, including 79-year-old Senate Veteran Owen Johnson. Mailings have also gone in the districts of Sen. Kemp Hannon (R-...
  • Belmont casino foes have ally in a veteran Senator

     
    Not far from Belmont Park, on the Queens side of the border, you find yourself in the district of 37-year veteran state Sen. Frank Padavan, with microphone, whose own Web site calls him "the Legislature's leading opponent of casino......
  • Senate split: Now what -- and what does 'what' mean?

     
    The governor, David Paterson, says he won't sign into "law" these bills, enacted today in Democratic "session" with a majority dependent on a single non-voting Republican who says he passed through the ornate chamber in search of coffee in......
  • Senate split: Going for the gold!

     
    The Stealth & Treachery Olympics progresses now into a new event. With wily parliamentarian Martin Connor, the former senator, on the floor, the Democrats claim that they have 32 votes because Republican Frank Padavan wandered through the chamber --......
  • Senate split: The Padavan episode and its fallout

     
    Suspicions between Team Democrat and Team Republican have obviously grown so thick by now that it took only seconds for a surreal drama to develop over what a veteran senator called his casual stroll through the chamber of New......
  • Senate split: At least some people are working

     
    Despite the gridlock that has gripped Albany, and trickled down to localities, parts of government are still working. These two Nassau County workers were busy at midday Tuesday with a summer planting outside the Theodore Roosevelt Building in Mineola.......