Gubernatorial Candidate Suozzi rolls out COVID Holiday Plan

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U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-Long Island/Queens) wasted little time after announcing Monday that he is running in the Democratic Primary for governor next year with rolling out his comprehensive COVID holiday plan for the state on Wednesday. In his PowerPoint presentation during a zoom press conference, Suozzi laid out COVID mitigation tactics including encouraging people…
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PoliticsNY & amNY Metro Power Players in Health Care

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New York State’s health care sector is responsible for a myriad of big policy and budgetary decisions, including Medicaid spending, confronting the opioid crisis and combatting the COVID pandemic. Health care is also a leading public- and private-sector employer with workers in clinics, hospitals, at-home care programs, nursing, pharmaceuticals and medical research. PoliticsNY’s Power Players…
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New York Family Media Wins 14 Awards at National Parenting Media Association Conference

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  New York Family Media Wins 14 Awards at National Parenting Media Association Conference At the recent Parenting Media Association (PMA) Design and Editorial Awards, New York Family Media solidified its reputation as the leading media company serving parents and families. The company was recognized for excellence in several categories, receiving 14 awards. The PMA…
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Santa’s Christmas Tree Farm Bracing for Crowds

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Christmas tree shoppers will see increased demand and supply shortages that will drive up prices this holiday season, but North Fork growers such as Santa’s Christmas Tree Farm in Cutchogue are prepared. Tree farms are bracing for up to 40% more people looking for live trees this season, according to Stacey Soloviev, co-owner of Santa’s…
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How the state’s Medicaid changes will affect disabled residents

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New Medicaid provisions enacted statewide in February could interrupt the care of many disabled residents who are currently allowed to choose their own caregivers this November.  New York State Senator Simcha Felder is trying to protect his legislation that allows Fiscal Intermediaries (FI) for patients who need personal assistance, such as the elderly and disabled,…
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How the state’s Medicaid changes will affect disabled residents

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New Medicaid provisions enacted statewide in February could interrupt the care of many disabled residents who are currently allowed to choose their own caregivers this November.  New York State Senator Simcha Felder is trying to protect his legislation that allows Fiscal Intermediaries (FI) for patients who need personal assistance, such as the elderly and disabled,…
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The Chequit Previews Return with Holiday Festivities

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Historic Shelter Island hotel and restaurant The Chequit is hosting a holiday lighting ceremony on Black Friday in what will be its last public event before its much-anticipated grand reopening next year. The Chequit is scheduled to reopen May 1, 2022, following extensive renovations to the building, and its return coincides with the 150th anniversary…
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Gym Tech Helps Hamptonites Create Their Home Gym 

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Premier fitness equipment sales and service company Gym Tech has been allowing fitness gurus and those just trying to stay fit to bring the workout to the comfort of their home for more than 22 years at showrooms across Long Island, including in Southampton. Randy King, who has been serving the Hamptons for 27 years…
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Suozzi Contemplates NYC Dep Mayor Position

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U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi is being considered for Deputy Mayor in an Eric Adams administration. The Congressman serving Long Island & parts of Queens previously served as mayor of Glen Cove, one of two cities on Long Island, as well as Nassau County Executive, before taking his seat in Congress in 2016. Suozzi faces re-election…
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Malliotakis blasts Biden’s “socialist” bill passage

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U.S. Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-Staten Island/Brooklyn) says that the passage of the $2 trillion Build Back Better (BBB) bill is a loss against “President Biden’s socialist agenda” in a statement to the press Friday. The initiative passed in the House of Representatives without the support of a single Republican.  Malliotakis was one of 13 Republicans…
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