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Albany, NY - Video: Cuomo's State Of The State Address

Published on: January 9, 2013 04:09 PM
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January 9, 2013: Governor Cuomo delivered his 2013 State of the State Address, outlining a comprehensive agenda that builds on the progress of the past two years to attract good jobs and economic growth, create a world-class education system that prepares the next generation for the future, maintain fiscal integrity and discipline, and continue to restore New York as the progressive capital of the nation.January 9, 2013: Governor Cuomo delivered his 2013 State of the State Address, outlining a comprehensive agenda that builds on the progress of the past two years to attract good jobs and economic growth, create a world-class education system that prepares the next generation for the future, maintain fiscal integrity and discipline, and continue to restore New York as the progressive capital of the nation.

Albany, NY - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo laid out in his State of the State speech Wednesday an ambitious agenda for 2013, including major gun-control legislation, proposed NY paddling competition, proposed “Green Bank” to spur clean energy, to expand NY gambling with 3 casinos upstate, the Gov. also called for higher minimum wage to $8.75, and asked for Stormproof power systems post-Sandy.

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 Jan 09, 2013 at 05:28 PM yaakov doe Says:

The invocation by a female "rabbi" was surprising. Of course she advocated gender equality. At least she wasn't wearing a prayer shawl!

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 Jan 10, 2013 at 07:13 AM Anonymous Says:

why did Shelly pick a reform "rabbi" to lead the invocation as opposed to a real rabbi?
No real rabbi want's to have anything to do with him after toaivah marriage.

In previous years Shelly chose R R Feinstein, R Romm, R Bomzer.
and now we get rasha Linda Henry Goodman, who praised the toaivah marriage bill and the fact that she was the first female "rabbi" of the board of "rabbis".

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