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This week on Need to Know, WXXI News Director Julie Philipp talks with local congressional representatives Chris Lee and Dan Maffei about health care reform, immigration reform and helping small businesses.
The Tea Party rally in Rochester was the second one to be held on federal income tax deadline day.
Organizers announced the schedule for the 2010 Lilac Festival and addressed concerns about early blooms due to recent warm weather.
The AHCA has honored Wayne Wilson with the 2010 Spencer Penrose Award given to the Division I men's hockey national coach of the year.
The Rochester Downtown Development Corporation is asking residents & workers what type of retail they'd like to see in Downtown Rochester.
While former Congressman Eric Massa is no longer under the committee's jurisdiction, the actions of other House members connected to the handling of complaints about Massa will be examined.
The New York Power Authority hosted a conference at MCC on developing wind power in New York State and specifically on Lake Ontario.
RIT's 8-year study found that people who are deaf or hard of hearing are more likely to become victims.
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer is calling for repairs to beachfront near the Bay Outlet Bridge
Local Congressman Louise Slaughter welcomed U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood to Rochester to talk about plans for high speed rail for upstate NY.
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