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Albany, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Jamie:

Hochul signs NY’s Green CHIP bill

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)—Just days after President Joe Biden signed the CHIPS Act, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer joined Governor Kathy Hochul in Albany to sign New York State’s $10 billion Green CHIPS bill. “What this is going to do is off set the cost of developing a semiconductor plant and we are going to do […] → Read More

New law changes ‘inmate’ to ‘incarcerated individual’

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– A package of new legislation has been signed by Governor Hochul. One of the laws is changing the word inmate to incarcerated individual in New York State law. Some New York State lawmakers have said the word is outdated and dehumanizing. “The term inmate is a derogatory term that follows a lot […] → Read More

Siena Poll shows Hochul ahead in NY gubernatorial race

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)—The most recent Siena Poll asked likely voters where they stand when it comes to November’s gubernatorial race. While Democrats overwhelmingly sided with Governor Kathy Hochul, and Republicans with Lee Zeldin, the Independent voters are closely split, leaning slightly towards Zeldin. “In a state that has more than twice as many Democrats as […] → Read More

Combating monkeypox in New York State

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– From being on the frontlines of COVID, to now helping those with monkeypox, county health departments have been especially busy over the past few years. “They are taking a look at the numbers, they are helping those who have symptoms doing contact tracing, case investigation, they are working with community providers to […] → Read More

Additional cyber security for New York State governments

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)–The Joint Security Operations Center based in Brooklyn, is a new command center. It’s goal is to make sure all levels of government in New York State are protected from cyberattacks. “The JSOC as we call it, is intended to help us bring all of the information that local governments, the state, our […] → Read More

Process of selecting a Court of Appeals Judge

ALBANY,N.Y. (NEWS10)—The New York State Court of Appeals is the highest court in the state. On Monday, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore announced she is stepping down from the coveted position after serving for seven years. “The New York Court of Appeals is one of the great courts in American History,” stated Albany Law Professor, Vincent […] → Read More

NY AG appealing isolation and quarantine decision

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– The New York Attorney General is appealing the recent court decision that deemed Isolation and Quarantine Procedures unconstitutional. Uniting NYS and three Republican Lawmakers, including Assemblyman Chris Tague, filed a lawsuit against Governor Kathy Hochul, Dr. Mary Bassett, New York State Department of Health, and the Public Health and Health Planning Council. […] → Read More

Cashless tolling complaints

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)— Senator Joe Griffo said he’s been hearing complaints about overcharges on the New York State Thruway. “I had several here initially, this was just something very routine for me. Several people calling we had this problem, so we made the inquiry and suggested that they look at and hopefully fix it,” stated […] → Read More

Controversy over New York’s new gun legislation

The New York Sheriff’s Association wishes state lawmakers would have consulted with law enforcement first before passing the new concealed carry law that goes into effect September 1st. → Read More

Controversy over New York’s new gun legislation

ALBANY, N.Y.(NEWS10)– The New York Sheriff’s Association wishes state lawmakers would have consulted with law enforcement first before passing the new concealed carry law that goes into effect September 1st. “We feel like simple conversations with experts, and in this case we are the law enforcement experts would be a more workable law for […] → Read More

State grant funding announced for water infrastructure improvements

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– Clean water is a necessity. To help New York communities, more grant funding will be available for clean water and sewer infrastructure improvements. “We are stewards of this planet,” said Governor Kathy Hochul. “We have a moral responsibility to clean up the messes of the past.” On Thursday, Governor Hochul announced $225 […] → Read More

Republicans push back on new NYS gun law

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS 10)—Part of the new New York State gun laws recently passed following the Supreme Court’s ruling striking down New York’s concealed carry law has to do with locations where people cannot carry a concealed weapon. Those locations include parks. Senator Dan Stec, who represents the North Country said he believes New York’s […] → Read More

When New York’s new gun legislation takes effect

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– Starting on Wednesday, buying a body vest or unlawfully selling one will become a Class A misdemeanor. This is in response to the Buffalo shooting. Just last Friday, new legislation was passed for it to include a wider rage of body armor. “We are updating our definition of body armor to include […] → Read More

Despite SCOTUS decision, abortion remains legal in NYS

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– In a 6-3 vote, The Supreme Court ruling the in the Dobbs V. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case to uphold a Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks. In another vote of 5- 4, Roe V. Wade was overturned. Justice Samuel Alito wrote, “ It’s time to heed the constitution and return […] → Read More

COVID vaccines beginning to be given to young children

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– Starting Tuesday, CVS Pharmacy will begin administering the Pfizer vaccine for children 18 months through 4 years of age. COVID shot appointments can be made online at their MinuteClinic locations which are inside select stores. In a statement CVS stated in part, “Our MinuteClinic clinicians, comprised of board-certified Family Nurse Practitioners, […] → Read More

Governor signs John R. Lewis Voting Rights Act into law

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– On Monday, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Act in Brooklyn. The governor explained how this will help further protect voters, especially people of color. “We are going to fight back against voter suppression, voter dillusion, intimidation, deception, and obstruction,” said Hochul. “We are providing more […] → Read More

Early primary voting in New York begins this weekend

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The first of two primaries in New York will be taking place on June 28. Starting Saturday, early voters can cast their ballots for the primary elections. “A voter can vote at any site in their county unless they are in New York City, in which case, they will have an […] → Read More

EPA released new health advisories for PFAS contaminants

ALBANY,N.Y. (NEWS10)–The Environmental Protection Agency has released new health advisories for PFAS substances. PFOA and PFOS are members of the PFAS family known as forever chemicals that may cause heath problems. “From non-stick pans, to clothing, to food packaging, PFAS are everywhere,” explained Rob Hayes, Director of Clean Water for Environmental Advocates NY. “That’s why […] → Read More

Extension of services for students with individualized learning plans

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– A new New York State law will help students who received individualized education programs during the pandemic continue to receive those services. Learning during the pandemic has been hard for many students, especially those who receive an individualized education plan. “Zooming in for lessons, using remote learning, that had to be tough […] → Read More

SCOTUS expected to issue a decision on NY concealed carry law

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– The US Supreme Court is expected to make a decision soon that could possibly change New York’s law that requires people to explain why they need to carry a concealed weapon.The New York State Riffle and Pistol Association sued the state claiming it violated the 2nd Amendment. “On concealed carry– We are […] → Read More