An easy mark is a con game term used to designate a person, place or thing (city) that can easily be taken advantage of.
The city of Fulton has been an easy mark for numerous con men over the years in regards to the Nestle site. […]
It is that time of year again—tax season. Just as we have to be sure to file before “Tax Day” on Wednesday, April 15, we also have to be cautious of those who are looking to fraud us via tax season scams. […]
This week, members of the Assembly Minority Conference, led by Assemblyman Jake Ashby (R,C,I,Ref-Castleton)—a U.S. veteran—have met with veterans around the state to discuss budget cuts to counseling, job training and legal services being proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. […]
As the 2020 Legislative Session continues, the New York State Legislature will consider a number of important issues that affect the lives of all New Yorkers. As lawmakers do so, it is critically important that you—the people we serve—make your voices heard. […]
New York’s “Green Light” law, which allows illegal immigrants to obtain a state driver’s license, is problematic on many levels. That it exists at all encourages individuals to illegally come to the U.S., ignore federal immigration laws and avoid seeking legitimate, sanctioned citizenship. […]
State Senator Patty Ritchie is encouraging her constituents throughout Jefferson, St. Lawrence and Oswego Counties to make their voices heard on a number of key issues facing New York State by taking part in her 2020 Legislative Survey. […]
It was during the Great Depression when then President Franklin Roosevelt created a program known as the Civilian Conservation Corps or “CCC,” an effort intended to engage young men in conservation work across the nation. […]