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  • Recent economic news at the national level has turned somewhat less positive. 

  • The LIA established the LIA Research Institute in 2013 to produce original, comprehensive research that will address important policy issues and regional challenges. 

  •  A coalition of major organizations, institutions, businesses and individuals representing over 500,000 Long Islanders...

  • For the first time in more than two decades, the number of 20-34-year-olds living on Long Island has increased, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s population estimates.  The number of Nassau-Suffolk residents in that age group increased from 478,988 in 2010 to 515,391 in 2015, a rise of 36,403, or 7.6 percent.  

  • The average annual number of persons on Long Island living below the federal poverty line ($24,250 for a family of four) between 2011 and 2015 increased by 32,953 to 185,415 persons, from the average annual between 2007 and 2011 of 152,462 persons. The average annual poverty rate on Long Island increased to 6.6% from 5.5% in the previous 5-year period of 2007-2011. To view the full report, click here.

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  • Governor Andrew Cuomo:
    “Since 1926, the LIA has worked tirelessly to make Long Island a great place to live, work and visit; supporting and stimulating area businesses and improving the quality of life for residents and families. I commend LIA President & CEO Kevin Law, the terrific Board of Directors and your dedicated staff for all the good things you do for the businesses and people of Long Island and New York State.”

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  • The reason we started our company is because we wanted a healthier and more nutritious alternative for Iced Tea, while keeping the flavor. We mostly use glass bottles instead of plastic bottles due to the fact that plastic is not only bad for the environment but more importantly it's terrible for us to drink out of . 
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