Legislative Gazette

The Legislative Gazette is a weekly newspaper covering New York state government and politics located in Albany, New York. Published on Mondays from September through June, the publication bills itself as "The weekly newspaper of the New York state government". The Gazette prints original articles as well as wire stories from the Associated Press. The paper also includes a column by Publisher Alan S. Chartock, carries letters to the editor, and reprints editorials from other New York newspapers. Staff writers for the newspaper are college students in an internship program. Headquartered in the Empire State Plaza Concourse, the Gazette is printed by Denton Publications, Inc. of Elizabethtown, New York. Although the Legislative Gazette can be picked up free of charge at newsstands, yearly mailed subscriptions cost $99.00.Revenue comes from advertisements and special pullout advertising supplements. The newspaper is a project of the State University of New York's Research Foundation, and it is sponsored by SUNY New Paltz. Founded in 1978, the Gazette is edited by James Gormley, who succeeded John Bechtel. Bechtel succeeded the paper's first editor, Glenn C. Doty. The Gazette's website has daily news updates, an AP news feed, a downloadable version of the current print edition, an... ()

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