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HARRISBURG (WSKG) -- Pennsylvania's current budget has a $100 million hole state lawmakers intended to fill with some kind of gaming revenue. That money never came through. 

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Disability rights advocates say they are fed up with what they call a lack of response from Governor Cuomo. They want funding for services that help them stay in their communities, including money to pay home health care workers adequate wages. 

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HARRISBURG (WSKG) -- As in many states, revenues have been weak in Pennsylvania this fiscal year. In a budget hearing before the Senate, Revenue Secretary Eileen McNulty told the chamber that corporate income revenues have been particularly bad. They fell by almost 10 percent from last year.  

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HARRISBURG (WSKG) -- Three days after a ransomware attack took the Pennsylvania Senate Democrats' computers hostage, the caucus still can't access its system or documents. Even without a computer, Senate Minority Leader Jay Costa put a positive spin on the situation.  

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ROCHESTER (WXXI) - New York homeowners have complained about changes that were made to the STAR tax relief program last year. 

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HARRISBURG (WSKG) - Pennsylvania has long been notorious for its state-run liquor stores and old-fashioned restrictions on selling alcoholic beverages. But last year, the legislature passed its first meaningful liquor reform in decades. 

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SYRACUSE (WRVO) - Some Mohawk Valley lawmakers are trying to form a bipartisan alliance to more effectively advocate for their region in the state legislature.

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SYRACUSE (WRVO) - As the pressure mounts on Republican members of Congress to hold town hall meetings, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) has a message for those members of Congress from New York who have not held town halls in their districts. 

HARRISBURG (WSKG) -- About 500 people lost their jobs in December after state Senate Republicans decided not to extend a four-year, $178 million funding stream for Pennsylvania's unemployment compensation system.

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Reform advocates are taking exception to remarks made by Governor Cuomo, who said there is already enough oversight of potentially corrupt activities in Albany. 

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