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WASHINGTON — With tens of thousands of military personnel reportedly having trouble feeding their families, Democratic lawmakers in both chambers urged leaders of the Armed Services committees in letters Wednesday not to stint in providing relief for “the scourge of military hunger.” The new congressional push came on the same day that Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III announced a series ...

WASHINGTON — With scores of thousands of military personnel reportedly having trouble feeding their families, Democratic lawmakers in both chambers urged Armed Services committees leaders in letters Wednesday not to stint in providing relief for “the scourge of military hunger.” In a letter obtained by CQ Roll Call, 13 Democratic senators argued that Congress should send President Joe Biden a ...

WASHINGTON — Democrats set out to pay for their massive clean energy and social spending package with tax increases on the wealthy, but a parochial desire among lawmakers from high-tax states to provide relief from a $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions has undermined that goal. Any adjustment risks providing a windfall to wealthy taxpayers that they otherwise wouldn’t get under ...

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(The Center Square) – By the end of December, Austin will be the least affordable city to live outside of California, according to an analysis by the real estate company Zillow. It will be less affordable to own a home in Austin than Seattle, Miami, and New York City, the report suggests, with homeowners expected to spend more than 25.3% of their income on mortgage payments.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday during his daily coronavirus update news conference that Western New York will begin Phase One of reopening on Tuesday after meeting the state’s requirements.

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SENECA FALLS — A census taker recruitment seminar will be offered from 3 to 6 p.m. on Oct. 15 at the Seneca Falls Library, 47 Cayuga St.