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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: How many parking fines go unpaid?

NYS Exposed: How many parking fines go unpaid?


NYS Exposed: An inside look at legal sports betting

NYS Exposed: An inside look at legal sports betting


NYS Exposed: Impact of ride-sharing on taxi industry

NYS Exposed: State DOL reviews wage increase proposal for tipped workers

NYS Exposed: Local companies could soon get fair treatment in international marketplace

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NYS Exposed: New Yorkers pay highest 911 surcharge in the country

According to the state budget, New York collected $185 million from the 911 surcharge in 2016...


NYS Exposed: NY towns fight controversial wind turbine project

County lawmakers moved to provide extra financial aid for small towns struggling against a controversial wind turbine project...


NYS Exposed: Are you being overcharged on sales tax?

There’s a good possibility you may end up paying more in sales tax than you should...


NYS Exposed: Feds rule 'hemp not pot'

Advocates for hemp production in New York state declared that the state’s farmers are uniquely positioned to benefit from a possible change to federal marijuana policy...


NYS Exposed: Following the money to fight opioid crisis

New York State spends hundreds of millions of dollars each year fighting the opioid epidemic...


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NYS Exposed: New York's costly courts

The question here is simple: if the New York state court system sees a million fewer cases then they did 10 years ago, why does their budget keep going up?


NYS Exposed: Rocky start to lawmaker pay raises

New York State lawmakers are the third highest paid in the country at just under $80,000 per year but they haven't seen a raise in nearly 20 years...


NYS Exposed: Government groups push for 'database of deals'

Government groups pushed the state to create a database of all economic development deals so taxpayers can track how their money is being used...


NYS Exposed: Businesses call on lawmakers to stop construction of trash incinerator

In a follow up to News10NBC New York State Exposed story, businesses are calling on state lawmakers to stop a trash incinerator from being built in the Finger Lakes...


NYS Exposed: Butler Correctional

Chuck Palermo is the mayor of Red Creek which is one town over from the former Butler Correctional Facility, a facility costing taxpayers thousands of dollars...


New York State Exposed: This is home

NYS Exposed Education: Take the Test special

New York State Exposed Special: Home is Worth Fighting For

NYS Exposed Special: Roland Williams: Unbreakable Belief

The Power of Choice: Watch the full special

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NYS Exposed: Lawmakers on marijuana legalization

NYS Exposed: Lawmakers on marijuana legalization


New York State Exposed: State sports betting could be closer to reality

NYS Exposed: Diverting 911 surcharge dollars

NYS Exposed: Who's buying your DMV information?

NYS Exposed: SUNY undergrads mandated to pay for sports

NYS Exposed: SUNY's mandatory fees

Ridesharing linked to fewer DWI arrests.

NYS Exposed: Who’s opposed to giving child sex abuse victims more time to file lawsuits?

Tracking New York State Economic Development cash

Suicide fears amid lower milk prices in New York State

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