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Outgoing Senator Stafford Explains His Reasons for Leaving the Legislature

Speaking to reporters at the Republican State Convention yesterday in Manhattan, outgoing State Senator Ron Stafford said the last 37 years in the state legislature have been "meaningful" and "rewarding". On Monday, the chairman of the budget-writing Senate Finance Committee announced he won't seek re-election this November. Martha Foley has more.
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Reflections on Stafford's Senate Career

Martha Foley talks with Bob Grady, Managing Editor of the Plattsburgh Press Republican, about Senator Ron Stafford's decision not to seek re-election, about his legacy in the North Country, and about the fight shaping up to succeed him.  Go to full article

Law Would Ease Borrowing Restrictions for Adirondack Localities

A new law will make it easier for many Adirondack towns to borrow money. The legislation--sponsored by Senator Ron Stafford--reduces the level of state oversight for towns and school districts. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article

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