February 28, 2011

NY STATE NEWS

Legislators: Make people on public assistance undergo drug testing (Syracuse Post-Standard)

Cuomo's Budget Strategy, Getting Adversaries to Suggest Cuts, Is Paying Off (New York Times)

HSBC narrows HQ search to three options (Buffalo Business First)

SBA refi program won't draw many NY companies (Albany Business Review)

Sabres Get Boyes For Draft Pick (Buffalo News)

Boston Pops tour includes Buffalo, Rochester stadium dates (Batavia Daily News)

Knicks win battle of Big 3s (ESPN)

Layoffs Would Hit Some Schools Much Harder (Wall Street Journal)

Schumer calls for website security shift (AP)

Police attribute unrelated deaths of two college students in Ithaca to alcohol (AP)

Calling in sick is getting easier (Buffalo News)

US/WORLD NEWS

Oscars go young and hip, with traditional results (AP)

Wisconsin's Republican governor says won't back down in union battle (Reuters)

Tea Party Favors Ron Paul, Herman Cain (AP)

J.P. Morgan Fund in Talks to Take Twitter Stake (Wall Street Journal)

Rebels "down" Libyan aircraft, govts discuss next move (Reuters)

THE DAILY TAKE: OPINION

It's time, N.Y. (Albany Times Union)

Unions vs. the Right to Work (Wall Street Journal)

What We Learned in the Statehouse (N.Y. Times)

How teacher development could revolutionize our schools (Washington Post)

States cannot afford rich benefit packages (Buffalo News)

BEST OF THE REST

The Madoff Tapes (New York Magazine)

Duke Snider was No. 3 in New York but should be No. 1 in Dodgers hearts and history (L.A. Times)

Past medical testing on humans revealed (AP)

The Best and Worst of Oscar Fashion (Slate)

Defiant Clarence Thomas fires back (Politico)

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