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Monroe County court orders Rochester home improvement business to pay $102,000 for fraud

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The Monroe County Supreme Court has ordered a Rochester-based home improvement contracting business to pay $52,501 in restitution and $50,150 in penalties for defrauding customers. read more

Many Jefferson County employers have yet to file occupational tax data needed to calculate refunds (with list)

A lawsuit filed in 2007 led to Circuit Court Judge David Rains' ruling in 2009 repealing the state law that authorized the tax on wages for most people working in Jefferson County and a related busine... read more

Medical Care for the Uninsured - My Experience

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Boulder poised to ask federal judge to move its climate change case back to home court

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Medicare Program; Prospective Payment System and Consolidated Billing for Skilled Nursing Facilities for FY 2015

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