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  1. Liberal groups in New York State, including the Working Families Party, called on the governor to intervene and pressure Sen. Felder, the IDC, and the Senate Democratic Conference to unite to make New York a united one-party government in opposition to President-elect Donald Trump's incoming administration.

  2. The New York State Legislature consists of the two houses that act as the state legislature of the U.S. state of New York: The New York State Senate and the New York State Assembly. The Constitution of New York does not designate an official term for the two houses together; it says only that the state's legislative power "shall be vested in the senate and assembly". [1]

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › New_YorkNew York - Wikipedia

    New York, a 2006 album by Antti Tuisku "New York", a 1977 song by the Sex Pistols from Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols; Places United Kingdom. New York, Lincolnshire; New York, North Yorkshire; New York, Tyne and Wear; United States New York state. New York metropolitan area, the region encompassing New York City and its suburbs

  4. The New York Supreme Court is the oldest Supreme Court with general original jurisdiction. It was established as the Supreme Court of Judicature by the Province of New York on May 6, 1691. That court was continued by the State of New York after independence was declared in 1776.

  5. New York State Route 104 (NY 104) is a 182.41-mile-long (293.56 km) east–west state highway in Upstate New York in the United States. It spans six counties and enters the vicinity of four cities—Niagara Falls, Lockport, Rochester, and Oswego—as it follows a routing largely parallel to the southern shoreline of Lake Ontario, along a ridge of the old shoreline of Glacial Lake Iroquois.

  6. The New York State Museum was founded in 1836 as the New York State Geological and Natural History Survey, formed in 1836 by Governor William Marcy to document the mineral wealth of the state. In 1870, it was reorganized as the New York State Museum of Natural History under the trusteeship of the regents of the State University. [3]

  7. New York State Route 25 NY 25 highlighted in red and former reference routes in blue Route information Maintained by NYSDOT, NYCDOT and the village of Greenport Length 105.07 mi (169.09 km) Existed mid-1920s –present Component highways (1) Queens Boulevard in most of Queens (2) Hillside Avenue in eastern Queens (3) Jericho Turnpike on most of Long Island (4) Middle Country Road in Suffolk ...