This Election Day, Nov. 4, New Yorkers will be asked to approve Proposal 3, which would allow the state to issue $2 billion in bonds to finance the purchase by school districts of devices such as iPads and other computers; expand high-speed and wireless Internet capacity; install “high-tech security features”; and build new classrooms for pre-kindergarten programs. New York should think hard before supporting this costly and costly and wasteful proposal, which will force schools to spend more on items they don't even consider priorities.Learn More
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Here comes a vet pension sweetener
Just in time for Election Day, the state Senate has sent Governor Cuomo a bill sweetening pensions for government-employed military veterans.