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Trump to revisit NYC for pricey breakfast fund-raiser

ALBANY — President Trump is coming to New York City next month for a cost breakfast fund-raiser. The event, a corner fund-raiser for Trump’s campaign and the Republican National Committee, is scheduled for Dec. 2, with tickets trimming from $1,000 up to $50,000, according to the invite. The state GOP …

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In light of Trump, Roy Moore, probity in open life matters

“If these allegations are true….” Numerous Republican Party leaders spoken those difference or identical ones currently in greeting to the Washington Post revelations about allegations of passionate improprieties by GOP hopeful for U.S. Senate, former judge Roy Moore. To their credit, Senator John McCain many prominently and some other GOP …

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Senate passes imperative passionate nuisance training

WASHINGTON — The Senate unanimously adopted a fortitude Thursday mandating training for senators and staff to fight passionate harassment. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, the ranking Democrat on the Rules and Administration Committee, sponsored the final chronicle of the resolution. “Making nuisance training imperative in the Senate sends a transparent message: nuisance …

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Cuomo to announce new regulations on work schedules

ALBANY — Gov. Cuomo plans to announce unconditional new worker scheduling manners Friday that call for employers to set employees’ schedules two weeks in advance, the Daily News has learned. The new regulations stop brief of prohibiting what’s famous as on-call scheduling but need many hourly workers to accept an …

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Mitt Romney blasts Roy Moore as ‘unfit for office’

Alabama GOP Senate hopeful Roy Moore, accused of passionate bungle decades ago with teenage girls, is “unfit for office,” according to Mitt Romney. The former GOP presidential hopeful blasted the firebrand claimant in a twitter on Friday, breaking from the some-more cadenced rebukes of many Republicans. “Innocent until proven guilty …

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