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2012 State Government Year In Review: Political Parties Spar Over Redistricting, State Senate Control
It was a busy election year in Albany, as both parties wrangled over new district lines created because of new census data, and Republicans in the Senate somehow managed to retain power despite losing their majority. Governor Andrew Cuomo, meanwhile, got tough with unions as he pushed for legalized gambling.
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