New York State will begin collecting taxes on cigarettes sold by Indian-operated companies
New York's renewed effort to collect taxes on cigarettes and tobacco products sold by Indian-operated companies has led to seizures of $1.2 million worth of untaxed tobacco products in the last three weeks outside Indian land.
New York Senator wants car rental agencies to be held to the same standards as car dealers when it comes to auto manufacturer recalls.
If you rented a car recently, you could have been driving a lemon. Currently, car rental agencies are allowed to rent vehicles that have been recalled by their manufacturers.
Nearly $800 million in federal money will be used to upgrade high speed rail service on the Northeast corridor. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said the improvements will save passengers thousands of traveling hours.
Latino health care providers will make a last-ditch effort to get the Legislature to roll back some Medicaid changes they say will hurt Hispanics and others in New York’s poor neighborhoods.
The organizations Hispanic Mental Health Professionals, Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Federation oppose parts of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Medicaid overhaul in his proposed state budget that will force managed care.