Month: April 2022
A record high number of federal income tax filers and their dependents moved from New York to other states from 2019 to 2020, and the average incomes of Empire State out-migrants topped $100,000 for the first time, according to newly released (IRS). Read More
Chief among a public servant’s responsibilities to their constituents is to be truthful about the policies they are enacting—but New York’s Climate Action Council is misleading the public about the benefits of the Read More
Chazy Hardware had only one electric generator in stock when a 1998 ice storm left much of northern New York state without power for days. The store's owners found more in Vermont and resold them for a premium to cover its extra costs, little knowing Read More
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