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News stories tagged with "anti-terrorism"

Few Agreements on Final Issues in Albany

As the July 4th holiday approaches, a number of bills remain on the agenda for the New York State Assembly and Senate, but so far there are few agreements on issues ranging from raising the minimum wage to giving police more tools to fight terrorism. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

NY Lawmakers Debate Anti-Terrorism Bill

New York State lawmakers have still not agreed to an anti-terrorism package proposed by Governor Pataki. When the Republican-led State Senate passed the measure in the final days of the legislative session, Democrats raised a number of objections to the bills. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

Lawmakers Passing One-House Bills in Final Days of Session

In the last weeks of the 2002 legislature, many issues remained unresolved. And now in the final days of the session, the Assembly and Senate planned to pass One-House versions of key bills. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

Lawmakers Tackle Unresolved Issues

As the New York State legislative session draws to a close Governor Pataki is pressing for more anti-terrorism legislation. Meanwhile, an agreement has been reached on a women's health care bill that provides contraceptive coverage. But, as Karen Dewitt reports from Albany, lawmakers continue to try to sort out other unresolved issues.  Go to full article

Airport Security Changes

National Guard troops have stepped aside at Albany Airport, replaced temporarily by deputies from the county sheriff's department. As Brian Mann reports, National Guard soldiers will wind up their special anti-terrorism duties at airports across the country by the end of the month.  Go to full article

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