Since 2000, New York has lost more than 2 million residents to other states. This net domestic migration outflow, which dates back to the 1960s, is a major reason why the Empire State has fallen to fourth place in national population rankings, behind California, Texas and Florida.Learn More
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Senate seeks costly “discussion”
The state Senate’s ruling majority coalition proposed a "discussion" about forcing more contractors to pay prevailing wage.
More green, less energy
Governor Cuomo has married his unrealistic renewable energy targets to his push to steer work to the building trades unions.