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Bain Capital's ownership of Buffalo factory scrutinized
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Analyzing the Supreme Court's health care ruling.
Mitt Romney and Bain Capital once owned a Buffalo-area factory.
The DEC stands accused of leaking possible drilling regulations.
The Supreme Court's ruling on health care coverage is out. You can follow along with the New York Times for a breakdown.
Did the Department of Environmental Conservation provide possible fracking regulations to drillers before the public? (Brian Nearing, Times-Union)
To no one's surprise, turnout for Tuesday's New York primary was low. (Thomas Kaplan, New York Times)
The race for New York's 27th Congressional District is already garnering national attention. (Robert McCarthy, Buffalo News)
During the legislative offseason, Controller Tom DiNapoli is making a push for campaign finance reform. (Robert Harding, Auburn Citizen)
A Buffalo-area envelope factory was adversely affected by its ownership by Mitt Romney and Bain Capital, reports Jerry Zremski of the Buffalo News.
Rochester-based Paychex foresees a continuation of sluggish economic trends. (Matthew Daneman, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
A handful of upstate basketball players could hear their names called in tonight's NBA Draft. (Aaron Mansfield, Buffalo News)