Laura Nahmias

M.T.A. getting $1 B. federal loan to implement new technology:

Federally mandated upgrades designed to prevent rail accidents

 

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

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M.T.A. getting $1 B. federal loan to implement new technology

Federally mandated upgrades designed to prevent rail accidents

 

Apr. 24, 2015

 
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Cuomo promises ‘timely’ redesign of LaGuardia

The governor gave a non-response to a question about delays in redesign at LaGuardia

Apr. 24, 2015

 
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Cuomo ‘not commenting’ on de Blasio’s Iowa trip

Two days after the mayor defended a trade mission to Cuba, the governor refused to return the favor

Apr. 24, 2015

 
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Capital Health Care: Valerie Jarrett meets with labor; NYU Langone’s pharma approach

Capital Health Care: Valerie Jarrett meets with labor; NYU Langone’s pharma approach

Apr. 24, 2015

 
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Albany Pro: New charges against Silver; Tisch’s evaluation play

Albany Pro: New charges against Silver; Tisch’s evaluation play

Apr. 24, 2015

 
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Paid family leave in N.Y. focus of talks with Obama official

Labor leaders and advocates met with Valerie Jarrett, senior advisor to the president

Apr. 24, 2015

 
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Albany Pro: Pushing back teacher evaluation; Majorities for M.M.A.

Albany Pro: Pushing back teacher evaluation; Majorities for M.M.A.

Apr. 23, 2015

 
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Racing association names top Cuomo donor as its chairman

Board also re-appointed longtime Cuomo friend Michael DelGiudice as vice chair

Apr. 22, 2015

 
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Two N.Y. companies sign health care deals in Cuba

The Roswell Park Cancer Center reached an agreement with a Cuban company to conduct trials of a lung cancer vaccine, and Infor reached an agreement with a Cuban company to resell its health management software. 

Apr. 22, 2015

 
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State Medicaid director denounces DiNapoli report

Jason Helgerson says 'virtually all' of the problems identified in the report 'have already been addressed'

Apr. 22, 2015