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New York State Exposed: Local government pushing casino on residents?

The New York State Gaming Commission is expected to give a casino license to the Lago Resort and Casino in the coming months. Construction will start immediately after that happens. That's unless a group that's calling itself Casino Free Tyre gets in the way...


  • New York State Exposed: Nursing home assessment
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: A different approach to Common Core standards
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Is the state short-changing your child's education?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Some parents say Common Core standards are biased against kids with special needs

  • New York State Exposed Education: RCSD School Board highest paid
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Local supporter of Common Core speaks out
 
  • How easy is it for thieves to steal your identity?
 
  • New York State Exposed: Abandoned homes in the suburbs

  • New York State Exposed Education: Homeschooling, an anti-Common Core option
 
  • New York State Exposed: Taxes on your cell phone bill
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Where's the accountability for charter schools?
 
  • New York State Exposed: What fees and taxes are on your home phone bill?

  • New York State Exposed Education: Are charter schools taking advantage of the system?
 
  • Bushnell's Basin bridge closed for repairs
 
  • New York State Exposed: Is New York open for business?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Charter schools and your tax dollars

  • New York State Exposed: Evaluations for children with special needs
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Charter schools receive less funding than public schools
 
  • New York State Exposed: Trying to get answers on placement of sex offenders
 
  • New York State Exposed: Trash along area highways

  • New York State Exposed: Bank of America responds to zombie homes report
 
  • New York State Exposed follow-up: Thousands of abandoned homes in Rochester
 
  • New York State Exposed: Tax dollars for lawmakers' travel expenses
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Local district using state grant funds for Pre-K programs

  • New York State Exposed: Railroad bridge safety
 
  • New York State Exposed: Are parolees watched enough?
 
  • New York State Exposed: Waste tire management fee
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Common Core and private schools

  • New York State Exposed Education: The future of U of R's takeover of East High School
 
  • New York State Exposed Follow-up: SUNY -- Not made in NYS
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Funding for full-day Pre-K
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Why are charter school Common Core test scores so much better?

  • New York State Exposed Education: Common Core results released
 
  • New York State Exposed: State surcharge on utility bills
 
  • New York State Exposed: Should lawmakers be allowed to use campaign money for legal fees?
 
  • New York State Exposed: Medical bill surcharge

  • New York State Exposed Education: Teacher benefits
 
  • New York State Exposed Education Follow-up: Lack of education, crime and the cost to you
 
  • New York State Exposed: Thousands of abandoned homes in Rochester
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Charter schools versus public schools in Rochester