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In 2012 when New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the “Buffalo Bill” into law, he was not only honoring a beloved figure in American folklore but also doing something that his predecessor, Republican Gov. George Pataki, had attempted in 2010-2011. That year, Pataki called a “poisonous bill” that he alleged was akin to slavery and called it “a disgrace.”
This year the bill, which will be formally signed into law today, does not have the same ring to it. The wording is identical to the one Pataki proposed, but there are a few key differences. For starters, the Buffalo Bill of 1908, which was in place until 2008, does not mention “Poisonous Bill” at all.
Instead, the “poisonous” wording in the new bill refers to “Poverty.”
The Cuomo administration argues that the new wording also “balances” the state’s efforts to fight poverty with fiscal discipline at the state’s large university and health care systems. Cuomo has cited the new legislation as evidence, as well as the state’s record of funding research to address poverty, that the state “can’t afford to keep doing what’s been successful, where we have been successful.”
“I want to thank Governor Cuomo for signing this landmark legislation,” Cornell’s President David Skorton said in a statement. “Our nation’s higher education institutions are on the front lines of progress in fighting poverty. This legislation not only enhances funding for these institutions, but also enhances the ability of their leadership to recruit and retain high-quality, talented faculty.”
The bill, as drafted, is a mixed bag, with at least one major distinction. The bill does not include provisions to stop universities that receive state aid from being able to charge tuition rates below the average for their local community, a controversial move that opponents warn could harm education quality for those who have the lowest levels of income.
The official Facebook for “I Am the Best” fan group revealed on Friday a previously unknown character who will be making an appearance in the new anime.
Kenji will appear as a small supporting character
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