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Unions plan rally, march to protest state budget cuts

Gov. David Paterson prepares his State of the State address in his office at the Capitol in Albany on Tuesday. Paterson listens to a recorded version of the speech, which he memorizes.
Gov. David Paterson prepares his State of the State address in his office at the Capitol in Albany on Tuesday. Paterson listens to a recorded version of the speech, which he memorizes.
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Thousands of union members from across New York will rally at the state Capitol today when Gov. David Paterson delivers his first State of the State speech before a joint session of the Legislature. The March for Main Street will seek greater fairness and better priorities for the middle class than what the governor has proposed in his state budget, said Stephen Madarasz, spokesperson for the 300,000-member Civil Service Employees Union. There are about 28,000 ...

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