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Health costs, fracking keys to 110th Assembly District race

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The two candidates hoping to replace retiring Assemblyman Bob Reilly agree on shifting the local costs of Medicaid, oppose a pay raise for state legislators and want to raise the minimum wage, but that’s about it. Democrat Phil Steck and Republican Jennifer Whalen say they offer starkly different options for the approximately 80,000 voters in the 110th Assembly District, which covers Colonie, Niskayuna and part of Schenectady. The two are squaring off in a rematch ...


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