The state of New York's two largest landforms are the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains, which together cover one-third of the entire state. The Adirondack Mountains constitute the larger landform of the two, and they re... More »

Some of the major products produced in New York are milk, apples, maple syrup, meat, cherries, strawberries, grapes, wine, sweet corn and cabbage. New York also produces several field crops such as grain corn and soybean... More »

New York state is 54,475 square miles and is the 27th-largest state in the United States. As of 2013, it had a population of over 19 million people, making it the third most populous state. More »

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Climatologists describe the climate of New York State as the humid continental type that prevails in the New England states; however, many factors cause diversity in what one might encounter when visiting the state. Its ... More »

In general, eligibility for Medicaid in the state of New York requires a person to be a resident of the state, United States citizen, U.S. national, certified U.S. immigrant and in need of medical insurance coverage due ... More »

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The attorney general of the state of New York advises the executive branch of state government as well as defend proceedings and actions on behalf of the state. The New York state attorney general's office works to prote... More »

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According to the New York State website, the Department of Taxation and Finance is responsible for everything to do with the state sales taxes and income taxes within the state of New York. Sales tax is the tax people pa... More »

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