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Too many New Yorkers are tired of saying goodbye to family and friends who can no longer afford to call this state home. The high taxes, excessive regulations, and corruption in state government are causing more people to flee New York faster than any other.

New Yorkers deserve better and home is worth fighting for. That's why New York State Exposed exists.

NYS Exposed: Should New York hold a constitutional convention?

NYS Exposed: Should New York hold a constitutional convention?


NYS Exposed: Thruway Authority spent $35 million on toll collectors in 2016

NYS Exposed: Thruway Authority spent $35 million on toll collectors in 2016


'I Love NY' signs coming down?

NYS Exposed takes you into the middle of terror attack training

NYS Exposed: Local counties seeing increase in drug-related diagnosis for newborns

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NYS Exposed: Only fraction of NYS gas tax goes towards infrastructure

"I don't think that's news to any of your viewers. As they travel around, they're dodging potholes."


NYS Exposed: Study finds mood-altering drugs in local fish

Suicidal shrimp, rogue walleye: A new study finds fish are behaving badly. And, the study says, it's all because of what they're being exposed to in our local water...


NYS Exposed: Counties may join lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies over opioid crisis

Did the makers of pain pills cause the opioid crisis that is crippling so many of our communities?...


NYS Exposed: Financial weight of Canal Corporation shifted onto Power Authority

Last year, New York State shifted responsibility for New York canals and a more than $100 million annual operating deficit from the Thruway authority to the state's Power Authority...


NYS Exposed: Thruway drivers may help pay for new Tappan Zee Bridge

The new Tappan Zee Bridge is hundreds of miles away in downstate New York, but people in our area could be footing the bill...


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NYS Exposed: NY hands out millions to film and TV productions

Recently released numbers show New York State spent just over $150 million in the first quarter of 2017 on film and television productions...


NY prisons confront national challenge of smuggling… by drone

Convicts in New York prisons could be receiving air support in their efforts to smuggle contraband...


NYS Exposed: Seattle's minimum wage: What are the lessons for New York State?

We are getting our first look at the impact of raising the minimum wage...


NYS Exposed: Changes coming to recreational marijuana laws in NY?

Recreational marijuana-use is still illegal in New York State. But some lawmakers think that's close to changing. It is legal in eight states, nationwide, plus the District of Columbia...


NYS Exposed: Fracking waste dumped in Finger Lakes landfill

Hundreds of trucks roll into the Seneca Meadows landfill in Seneca Falls every day, dumping your garbage...


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Private colleges say too many strings attached to new state tuition assistance, opt out

Private colleges say too many strings attached to new state tuition assistance, opt out


Lawmakers approve bill to extend cancer coverage to volunteer firefighters

NYS Exposed: Another new Thruway stop re-opens after extra round of construction

Rochester schools seek new direction, outside help, for special education

NYS Exposed: Town faces higher taxes, no carnival. Hopes for new law to restore raffle

NYS Exposed: Dealing with upstate's aging population

NYS Exposed: Cuomo energy plan brings support, questions

Prominent charter school success story confronts accusations of controversial connections

NYS Exposed: Bad Attendance

NYS Exposed: Closed in 2011, state hasn't been able to sell Butler Correctional Facility

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