According to a Sienna College poll, as of May 66% of voters in New York State were unaware that in November voters will be asked to decide whether the state should hold a constitutional convention.
A rational human being might assume that the first priority of a pharmaceutical company would be to create drugs that help people be healthy.
The Flexible Flow Management Plan (FFMP), which dates from 2007, expired on May 31 because New Jersey, one of the five so-called decree parties covered by a Supreme Court decree in 1954, refused to extend it for another year.
More than three years after the FBI raided the offices of Shalom Lamm in Bloomingburg, NY, there is now a guilty plea in the case. On May 25, developer Kenneth Nakdimen, Lamm’s partner, pled guilty to a single count of conspiracy to corrupt the electoral process.
The Millennium Pipeline Company is in the process of getting permits for a compressor station in Eldred and other pipeline expansion projects known collectively as the Eastern System Upgrade (ESU).
A federal court in Northern California on May 8 ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) erred when it allowed registration of dozens of pesticides containing a class of chemicals called neonicotinoids.
Meditations on the healthcare conundrum
Two competing stories, realities actually, emerged with Obamacare—one of betrayal, one of gratitude.
One of the more memorable scenes prompted by the current debate about healthcare in the United States is one that involved a resident who grew up near Congressman John Faso’s home in the New York 19th Congressional District.
Anyone who lives in this region likely knows one or two people or more who have been infected with Lyme disease from a tick bite. That used to be a rare occurrence in Sullivan County in New York, and Wayne and Pike counties in Pennsylvania.