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  1. New York State And City Expand Anti-Harassment Requirements For EmployersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | JD Supra

    Both the New York State Legislature and the New York City Council recently adopted new legislation targeting sex discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace. While the federal response to the #MeToo movement has been relatively limited, states and localities are pushing forward with a reform agenda in 2018 that generally expands employee protections and available remedies for unlawful harassment.

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  2. The Broadest Impact: 2018-19 New York State Managed Care Budget HighlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | JD Supra

    This, the last of our posts on the 2018-19 New York State Health Budget , focuses on an area of healthcare that has perhaps the broadest impact of the sector as a whole - managed care. A prior post in the series discussed the central role that hospitals have traditionally played in healthcare reform efforts, but even they have less influence than managed care, which controls the funding that fuels virtually every other parts of the healthcare system.

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  3. Assemblywoman Pellegrino: Equal Pay Legislation Advances Gender Equality in New YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | LongIsland.com

    Pellegrino: "As the mother of two daughters, I'm committed to ensuring that they can grow up in a society that doesn't limit their possibilities because of their gender." Long Island, NY - April 17, 2018 - Assemblywoman Christine Pellegrino announced she passed legislation to help ensure women in New York State earn equal pay for equal work.

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  4. Of mice and disease: Antibiotic-resistant bacteria discovered in NYC house miceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | PhysOrg Weblog

    A study by scientists at the Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health finds New York City house mice carry bacteria responsible for mild to life-threatening gastroenteritis in people, and some of these bacteria may be resistant to antibiotics. Findings appear in the journal mBio .

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  5. Now is the time to ask questions about change coming to OPWDDRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | WNED

    Beginning July 1, OPWDD is rolling out a new system it says will streamline Medicaid service coordination for families and, in turn, provide better care and ultimately save New York money. The state says it will be a major step toward Medicaid managed care and 2018 will be a transitional year.

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  6. US regulators float ideas for boosting medical device safetyRead the original story

    Tuesday | KWWL-TV Waterloo

    Authorities said, Monday, April 16, 2018, that actor Harry Anderson of "Night Court" comedy series fame died in North Car... Harry Anderson, actor who played quirky night shift judge in the TV sitcom "Night Court" has died at 65 in North Carolina home. Harry Anderson, actor who played quirky night shift judge in the TV sitcom "Night Court" has died at 65 in North Carolina home.

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  7. Tickets For Texting More Than Double For NY MotoristsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Briarcliff Daily Voice

    Although many New Yorkers have caught on when it comes to recognizing the perils of talking on cell phones while driving, most still aren't putting their phones down as tickets for texting while driving continue to rise. Data collected by the state from 2012 to 2016 has found that tickets for talking on cell phones have fallen 47 percent statewide; however, during that same period, tickets for texting and driving is up more than 200 percent.

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  8. Sandy Hook families file suit against Infowars' Alex JonesRead the original story

    Tuesday | WFLX-TV West Palm Beach

    Authorities said, Monday, April 16, 2018, that actor Harry Anderson of "Night Court" comedy series fame died in North Car... Harry Anderson, actor who played quirky night shift judge in the TV sitcom "Night Court" has died at 65 in North Carolina home. Harry Anderson, actor who played quirky night shift judge in the TV sitcom "Night Court" has died at 65 in North Carolina home.

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  9. Defending Trump in Russia probe? It's hardly a dream jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | News9 Oklahoma City

    Lawyers who have been asked to help represent President Donald Trump have spurned the assignment at least partly out... . In this April 16, 2018, photo, Michael Cohen, center, President Donald Trump's personal attorney, leaves federal court in New York.

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  10. The pope, his critics and theirsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Religion News Service

    Ross Douthat, right, speaks during the [email protected] public debate with Massimo Faggioli, left, moderator David Gibson, center, at Lincoln Center in New York on Jan. 31, 2018. [email protected] was presented by Religion News Foundation and The Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University with Salt + Light media partner.

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  11. Hannity, Cohen, and the battle for Fox's soulRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Columbia Journalism Review

    The outing of Fox host Sean Hannity as an anonymous client of long-serving Trump fixer Michael Cohen was a made-for-TV moment. Unfortunately, it happened in a New York courtroom-so no cameras were on hand when a judge ordered yesterday that Hannity be named in the spiraling dispute over last week's FBI raid on Cohen's property, and the criminal investigation into the lawyer's alleged silencing of sexual stories about the president.

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  12. Plymouth Rock Assurance Entering N.Y. Insurance Market With Latest AcquisitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Insurance Journal West

    Plymouth Rock Assurance Corporation is entering the New York insurance market with its acquisition of 21st Century National Insurance Company . PRAC previously brought its insurance portfolio to Pennsylvania in August of last year.

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  13. Trilobites: New York Mice Are Crawling With Dangerous Bacteria and VirusesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New York Times

    Mice that live in the basements of New York City apartment buildings - even at the most exclusive addresses - carry disease-causing bacteria, antibiotic-resistant bugs and viruses that have never been seen before, a new study from Columbia University finds. Researchers collected feces from more than 400 mice captured over a year in eight buildings in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx.

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  14. Letter from the Editor: T's Culture Issue: Time on FireRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New York Times

    One thing that has united every New York transplant, probably since the beginning, is the persistent suspicion that you have arrived just a few months too late, that the circus that drew you to the city pulled up stakes just before you got here. This is certainly true for me: When I was young, my family and I lived in an unfashionable part of the Upper East Side before moving to Baltimore in 1980.

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  15. The Subway Crisis We've Been Writing About for 48 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New York Magazine

    Cynthia Nixon has deftly made the decaying, infuriating transit system a central campaign issue . How much she, or anyone, can do about it is an open question.

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  16. Why Early '80s New York Matters TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New York Times

    A polarizing Republican in the White House. Protests for equality in the streets.

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  17. New Yorkers and Their '80s Routines - Block by BlockRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New York Times

    I returned to New York in '81 after 10 years as an expat. The old downtown art scene was floundering, while some people, like Robert Mapplethorpe, had risen.

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  18. White Castle becomes first fast food chain to serve plant-based Impossible BurgerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | TreeHugger

    When I wrote about my local gastro-pub/grass-fed burger joint serving the plant-based Impossible Burger , I kind of assumed we'd be seeing a broader roll out in the not too distant future. And given that McDonalds is serving vegan burgers and Sonic is going the part-beef, part-mushroom route , I figured it wouldn't be too long before a major fast food chain started doing, ahem, the Impossible.

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  19. What WFP Endorsing Cynthia Nixon Means for New York's Race for GovernorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New York Observer

    New York politics got a lot more interesting over the weekend. The left-wing Working Families Party endorsed Cynthia Nixon in the governor's race rather than siding with Andrew Cuomo, the powerful incumbent.

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  20. City Must Tackle Barriers to Career-Track Jobs in Construction, Advocates SayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | City Limits

    The construction industry is booming. In March 2017, there were 151,000 people employed in the industry-the highest number of individuals in 40 years.

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