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Is the IDC a new force?

Or just the result of another party spat?

Paul Tong/Tribune Media
Paul Tong/Tribune Media
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Politics in Albany is often opaque, but it is rarely boring. There are always several dynamics in play. Longtime observers can readily point to the ever-present “upstate-downstate” divide; the competing priorities of urban centers and older suburbs with rural areas, newer suburbs and exurbs, whether it be over their schools, infrastructure needs, economics or state-imposed mandates; the divergent interests of Wall Street (literally, in our case) and Main Street. Interwoven are the omnipresent fundamentals of ...


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