ALBANY - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo may have big ideas for the state in the upcoming year, but he may be missing the mark when it comes to Western New York.
In his State of the State address Wednesday, Cuomo discussed plans for economic development, education, public safety, government reform, responding to crisis and his progressive agenda.
Despite all that was covered during the nearly two-hour address, some lawmakers believe there is still more that can be done in the upcoming year.
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