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The work "will increase the cost of returning the premises to substantially the same condition," a Troy city employee said in a court filing.
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The Senate Minority Leader said he also supports NJ Sen. Cory Booker's Marijuana Justice Act, for which Sen. Gillibrand reiterated her support Sunday.
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“We’re a small state with a lot of population right on our borders."
The law’s “vagueness has led to arbitrary and discriminatory enforcement,” the supporting memo says.
Cuomo and Nixon look to gather progressive support
The case "is about nothing more than the Attorney General’s dislike and disagreement with" Abelove’s "prosecutorial prerogatives," the defense says.
The recently adopted five-year capital plan reflects $2.35 million for the new type of vehicle.