New York News

WAMC New York News
4:17 pm
Thu October 14, 2004

Vermont Utility Commits to Reduce CO2 Emissions

Burlington, VT – Vermont's second largest electric utility, Green Mountain Power, has joined a new trading market designed to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide. Excess carbon dioxide is a key component causing global warming. More from North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley.

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WAMC New York News
1:15 pm
Thu October 14, 2004

Program for Clergy Sex Abuse Victims

Albany, NY – A former member of New York's highest court is now directing an effort by the Albany Roman Catholic Diocese to heal the wounds of clergy sexual abuse. WAMC's senior correspondent, Brian Shields reports.

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WAMC New York News
1:11 pm
Thu October 14, 2004

Hearings Begin Re: Higher Ed Vetoes

Plattsburgh, NY – The first of five public hearings on the impact of Governor Pataki's vetoes of higher education funding is being held in Plattsburgh today. The New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Higher Education will use the information from the hearings to help their efforts for a veto override. More from North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley.

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WAMC New York News
5:29 pm
Wed October 13, 2004

NYS Lobbying Commission Tries to Strengthen Laws

Albany, NY – The New York State Lobbying Commission will be holding a public hearing to try to persuade Governor Pataki and the state legislature to strengthen New York's lobbying laws. WAMC's Capitol Correspondent, Karen Dewitt filed this report.

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WAMC New York News
3:43 pm
Wed October 13, 2004

Looking North for Flu Relief

Plattsburgh, NY – US health authorities trying to overcome a massive shortage of flu vaccine are looking north of the border. ID Biomedical of Vancouver confirms it is in discussions with the U-S Food and Drug Administration about the problem. More from North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley.

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WAMC New York News
3:42 pm
Wed October 13, 2004

NY Congresswoman Introduces Legislation to Protect Abused Children

Middletown, NY – Congresswoman Sue Kelly has introduced legislation that would establish a national central register of child abuse or neglect cases and enable state and local child protective services to better prevent abused or neglected children from being placed in the care of abusers. WAMC's Hank Gross has more.

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WAMC New York News
1:06 pm
Wed October 13, 2004

Senior Citizens Head to Canada for Prescription Drugs

Albany, NY – An Amtrak train from Miami, Florida passed through upstate New York today on its way to Toronto, Canada. As WAMC's Senior Correspondent reports, the passengers are not going to Canada for vacation.

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WAMC New York News
1:02 pm
Wed October 13, 2004

Wind Project Gets Test Approval

Londonderry, VT – The Vermont Public Service Board has given developers of a planned 33-turbine wind farm on Glebe Mountain in Londonderry permission to install two meteorological towers. Developers say its an important step in moving the project forward, but opponents say the fact these towers have been approved doesn't mean the wind farm will eventually be built. More from north Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley.

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WAMC New York News
1:07 pm
Tue October 12, 2004

High Demand for Fuel Assistance Predicted

Plattsburgh, NY – Crude oil prices opened at a record 54-dollars-45- cents a barrel this morning. Those prices are leading to higher prices for gas and fuel oil. Many agencies in our region that help low-income families are bracing for a winter of high heating costs and high demand for assistance. More from North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley.

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WAMC New York News
12:22 pm
Tue October 12, 2004

New York Consumer Confidence Is Up

Albany, NY – Despite higher gasoline prices, and a lackluster stock market, New Yorkers have not soured on the economy. Thats the finding of a new consumer confidence survey. WAMC's Brian Shields reports.

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