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Special elections are set to fill 11 vacant seats at the State Capitol  (WNYT, February 21, 2018)
Letter: Wind power can be a boon to NY State  (Newsday, February 21, 2018)
Environmental Groups Watching Percoco Trial  (Spectrum News, February 20, 2018)
Percoco Trial Draws Scrutiny to Waywayanda Power Plant  (Spectrum News, February 20, 2018)
Corruption trial spotlights 'Albany game,' lack of transparency  (Newsday, February 20, 2018)
What NYC Comptroller Stringer's bus audits miss  (Metro, February 19, 2018)
How Albany Really Works: Cuomo Loyalist Exposes Pay-to-Play Culture  (The New York Times, February 16, 2018)
Percoco trial: 5 revealing moments in the case against Cuomo's ex-top aide  (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, February 16, 2018)
Residents speak out against offshore drilling plan at marathon state hearing  (Riverhead Local, February 14, 2018)
Simotas seeks safer packaging for toxic laundry pods  (Queens Times-Ledger, February 12, 2018)
Want to talk about the state's money? Budget plenty of time  (The News Tribune, February 11, 2018)
Brooklyn Assemblywoman Pamela Harris absent in Albany since bust - but still receives paycheck  (Daily News, February 11, 2018)
With former Cuomo aide in court, LLC loopholes under fire  (Spectrum News, February 8, 2018)
MTA bus routes are failing when it comes to speed and reliability, report says  (AM New York, February 8, 2018)
High hopes for governor's voting reforms  (The Legislative Gazette, February 8, 2018)
Percoco Trial Raises Questions About Inner Workings Of State Government  (WSKG, February 7, 2018)
State lawmakers implore Tide to make less tasty-looking detergent pods  (Daily News, February 6, 2018)
Questions raised about Percoco's use of state office  (Newsday, February 3, 2018)
When Percoco Improperly Used Cuomo's Office, the Governor Was Often There  (The New York Times, February 2, 2018)
Top Cuomo aide quit to run campaign, but kept using government staff and office  (Syracuse Post-Standard, February 1, 2018)
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