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NOTE: total spending includes conferences, travel costs, food, supplies, membership dues and other services but not the district clerk salary or annual vote. Travel expenses do not include conferences registration fees, just related expenses...

Gap between what is paid and what is owed increases

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Every year, hundreds of U.S. territories, counties, cities, towns and villages – from Alaska to Florida – are compensated for the presence of federal lands within their boundaries. These payments are meant to offset revenue that is lost because...

New York state employed more than 305,000 individuals in 2016, spending more than $15.9 billion in worker salaries. The database below contains information on every person who worked for the state as provided by the Comptroller's Office.

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This database contains information on inspections conducted at food service establishments in New York state over the past six months. Inspections are conducted by county and city health departments and reported to the state Department of...

New York isn’t thought of as tornado-prone, but our state has recorded more than 400 twisters since the official record began in 1950. Twelve of them have caused loss of life. New York has averaged about nine tornadoes a year since the mid-1990s,...

Nonprofit hospitals paid out millions of dollars in bonuses and other benefits to the top executives and doctors. The database below contains information on 112 of the people paid at least $1 million at 42 hospitals and health systems as filed...

New York nonprofit hospitals paid out hundreds of millions of dollars in salaries, other compensation and benefits in 2014. The database below contains information on 629 of the highest paid people at 42 hospitals and health systems as filed in...

The number of New Yorkers making $200,000 or more increased by roughly 74,000 between 2008 and 2013. A total of 394,957 taxpayers earned more than $200,000 in 2013, the most recent year for which data is available from the state Department of...

The state university system had record growth in enrollment several years ago, but the rolls haven’t increased in recent years, records show. SUNY chancellor Nancy Zimpher said the enrollment levels comes with challenges as the system deals...

Pork lives in Albany, but it’s on its last legs -- at least in its traditional form. Democrats in the state Assembly are awaiting final approval to allocate about $16.6 million in old, unspent member-item grants dating back to 2003, which are...

The New York state Education Department released the 2014-15 test scores for students in grades three to eight for English language arts (ELA) and math. For the third year, the tests students took were based on a new, more challenging...

State lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo quietly stashed away $1.2 billion for pet projects, and they are starting to spend it – on hometown initiatives, including in the Hudson Valley, Southern Tier and western New York. All told, $187 million...

State lawmakers receive millions of dollars a year in reimbursements for travel and daily stipends for every day they are at the state Capitol. The amount of the per diems are set by federal law, but it's the lawmakers themselves who report how...

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