Month

August 2014
In today’s New York Post, the editorial board highlights New York republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino’s jobs plan. High on the list? You guessed it – Scaffold Law Reform. There’s hope for New York’s economy yet — and you can find it in the jobs plan Rob Astorino presented Tuesday. The Republican candidate for governor...
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In today’s Rome Sentinel, Dan Guzewich reports on recent efforts to engage county legislators in the fight for Scaffold Law reform. Oneida County legislators are being lobbied to take a position next year urging reform of the state’s Scaffold Law, which makes property owners and contractors liable for most “gravity-related” injuries to workers on construction...
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In the City Journal, Steven Malanga highlights New York’s startling costs and explores why our state is so expensive for residents and businesses. From its arcane regulatory regime to the nosebleed taxes and fees it imposes on firms and individuals—usually amplifying similar measures radiating out from the state government in Albany—New York City government drives...
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