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Saturday, October 25, 2014

LIA in the News July, 3, 2014- July 23, 2014

To keep you informed on the latest news regarding the Long Island Association, below are clips of the most recent media coverage the Long Island Association has received: 

July 23, 2014: The Suffolk Times: Suffolk Closeup:
DiNapoli draws a crowd on East End Suffolk Times

July 23, 2014: Newsday:
LI companies pledge to hire more Veterans

Newsday: July 23, 2014:
LIA unveils effort to help women advance in business

July 18, 2014: Newsday:
Schumer: Preserve Ex-Im Bank as Key Tool for LI Business 

July 17, 2014: Newsday:  
Long Island projects backed for state business aid

July 16, 2014: Long Island Business News:
Strike out Young Island

July 16, 2014: Long Island Business News: Movers & Shakers: 
Waldman named SUNY trustee

July 15, 2014: Business Insider: 
Long Island Rail Road Strike Likely

July 14, 2014: Associated Press:  
LIRR Strike 2014 Update: July Strike Likely to Start Soon as Talks Break Down With MTA

July 14, 2014: Newsday:
Long Island Association calls on Congress to keep Ex-Im Bank operating

July 14, 2014: Miami Herald:
MTA head cites wide gulf in LIRR contract talks

July 14, 2014: News 12:
LIRR strike could hurt hundreds of businesses

July 12, 2014: Newsday:
Bracing for economic fall out of Potential LIRR strike

July 11, 2014: Wall Street Journal:
New York Gov Cuomo Presses to Avoid Commuter Railroad Strike

July 8, 2014: Long Island Business News:
Law named to casino location board

July 7, 2014: Albany Times Union:
$11 million push for casinos

July 7, 2014: Newsday:
LI exec named to casino siting board

July 7, 2014: Newsday:
NY casino review board expands by 2

July 7, 2014: Newsday:
As Long Island stop companies list

July, 6, 2014: Newsday:
Cuomo could be key to preventing

July 3, 2014: Newsday:  
Robert Stricoff seeks Suffolk IDA

Newsday: Letters:  
Rentals not a burden on schools

June 30, 2014: Legislative Gazette:
McCall to head SUNY Board until 2021