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2015 Business Council in the News

New York State Lifts Liquefied Natural Gas Storage Ban (Time Warner Cable)

New York Lifts Moratorium, Will Require Permits to Store Liquefied Natural Gas (Bloomberg BNA)

Political Watch: Upstate CEOs express positive outlook (Olean Times Herald)

Business Council president and CEO discusses state spending and minimum wage in radio interview (Alyssa Plock, WCNY)

Despite State’s Help, Growth
Local business leaders say they lack confidence in government officials' economic stewardship (Larry Rulison, Albany Times Union)

Upstate CEOs oppose Obamacare for different reasons (Claire Hughes, Times Union)

Survey: Upstate New York business leaders feeling optimistic (Kevin Tampone, Syracuse Post Standard)

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Wants to Raise Minimum Wage (Rebecca Davis O'Brien and Joe Jackson, Wall Street Journal)

Cuomo’s minimum wage increase proposal React-O-Mat™ (Matthew Hamilton, Capitol Confidential)

State Business Council offers recommendations (Rochester Business Journal)

Business Council Calls on Cuomo for Workers' Compensation Reforms (WorkCompCentral)

Confidence among area business leaders surges (Kerry Feltner, Rochester Business Journal)

Finding customers is No. 1 challenge for NY companies, survey finds (James T. Madore, Newsday)

Another View: Governor signs business tax relief bill (John McDonald III, Troy Record)

Single-payer health care system is an old and tired idea (Lev Ginsburg, Times Union)

Investing in STEM future (Eric Anderson, Times Union)

Constitution Pipeline good for New York residents, businesses (Heather Briccetti, Daily Gazzette)

Editorial: Lobbying, inflation squeeze the tax cap (Times Herald-Record)

Heather Briccetti, CEO of The Business Council, on 2015 political agenda (David Robinson, Albany Business Review)

NY panel mulling boost to $7 minimum wage for tipped workers (Glen Blain, NY Daily News)

County Unemployment Higher Than State Average (Jamestown Post Journal

Quotable Cuomo: Sound bites from local visits (Maury Thompson, Glens Falls Post-Star)

NY Sets Business Resolutions (Post-Journal)

New Year's surprise: New York eliminates a regulation on business (Michael DeMasi, Albany Business Review)

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