Timothy Dolan

7:04pm

Tue March 18, 2014
Politics and Government

Dream Act supporters vow to fight on

Assemblyman Francisco Moya speaks at a news conference held by supporters of the Dream Act at the Capitol Tuesday.
Karen DeWitt/WRVO News

Supporters of Dream Act legislation say they were “set up,” when a hastily arranged vote on the bill in the New York State Senate chamber late Monday led to the measure’s failure by just one vote.

The focus is now shifting to Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Backers say they will try to get the governor to put the measure into the state budget.

Supporters of the measure to give state aid for college tuition to children of undocumented immigrants say they are disappointed and saddened that the measure lost in the Senate by just one vote.  

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9:06am

Mon November 14, 2011
Regional Coverage

Syracuse Diocese 125th Anniversary

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse is Celebrating it's 125th anniversary this year.  It culminated yesterday with a special mass  at the cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in downtown Syracuse celebrated by over 100 priests and deacons and bishops from across new york state.   As WRVO's Ellen Abbott reports,  probably the best known cleric joining the celebration, the man who's taken over the high profile job of Archbishop of New York.