Laura Nahmias

Appeals court orders continued production of Alzheimer's drug:

Three-judge panel agrees with A.G. request for an injunction

Bio: Laura Nahmias reports on politics for Capital's Albany bureau.

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Appeals court orders continued production of Alzheimer’s drug

Three-judge panel agrees with A.G. request for an injunction

May. 22, 2015

 
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DiNapoli: Mental health provider billed state for alcohol, cruise

A mental health services provider inappropriately billed the state for retreat for its staff

May. 20, 2015

 
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Report: N.Y. short on primary care physicians

Many medical students are going into specialty fields

May. 20, 2015

 
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Lawmakers agree: Let dogs into outdoor restaurants

The so-called 'Dining With Dogs Act' sailed through the Senate last week; Assembly approval likely

May. 19, 2015

 
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Schneiderman joins suit against fraudulent cancer charities

The four related cancer charities allegedly raised $187 million in donations for cancer treatments over a four-year period, but spent the funds on operator salaries, trips to Disney World and dating website subscriptions, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office said. 

May. 19, 2015

 
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Study: Working mothers have little savings for medical leave

Almost half of low-income working mothers in the city have less than $500 in savings

May. 19, 2015

 
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Business groups say Cuomo’s wage board is for show

Argue Gilt Groupe chairman Kevin Ryan's selection makes the board's decision a 'foregone conclusion'

May. 19, 2015

 
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Assembly lukewarm on Cuomo tax credit proposal

'The governor's proposal is a little watered down' 

May. 19, 2015

 
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Heastie backs 3 years of mayoral control of city schools

Speaker says that's enough time for Mayor Bill de Blasio to implement his education vision

May. 18, 2015

 
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Bill to designate pregnancy as ‘qualifying event’ advances

Giving birth is currently considered a qualifying event, not pregnancy

May. 18, 2015