Lawsuit latest action in dispute between Seneca Nation and state
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Lawsuit latest action in dispute between Seneca Nation and state

The Seneca Nation of Indians filed a lawsuit earlier this month against New York, claiming the state broke federal law and failed to receive federal approval when it built a toll road through its territory. The Thruway was built 60 years ago and a 2.7-mile section of the road runs through the Seneca Nation’s territory in southern Erie County. Continue reading

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New York studying legalization of marijuana
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New York studying legalization of marijuana

New York is currently studying the possibility of legalizing recreational use of marijuana as neighboring states, such as Massachusetts and Vermont, have already done so. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the study is examining the health, legal and economic effects of legalization in nearby states. Continue reading

New book details ‘100 Things to Do in Buffalo Before You Die’
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New book details ‘100 Things to Do in Buffalo Before You Die’

Buffalo is full of nightlife, architecture and dining options and while many people are aware of attractions, such as Canalside or the Anchor Bar, there are many things the Queen City has to offer that even long-time residents might be unfamiliar with. Thus, a new book details “100 Things to Do in Buffalo Before You Die.” Continue reading