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A poll commissioned by the Center for Governmental Research shows 62% of respondents are strongly or somewhat supportive of mayoral control of Rochester city schools;Twenty-three percent say they strongly or somewhat oppose mayoral control.
URMC's Dr. Jean Joseph spent a week in Haiti after the devastating earthquake.
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Local Democrat Louise Slaughter helped get the controversial bill passed in the House of Representatives late Sunday.
New York State Health Commissioner Dr. Richard Daines explains why he wants you to pay more for soda.
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