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Calabrese, Police Benevolent Association of New York, Inc.(2) , Seelig, C. Bennett, South Shore Press Inc., Taylor, Toledo, Wagstaffe v. City of New York Police Department, Office of the Attorney General, Irving, Lockheed Martin, Markowitz, Newman, NYC Off Track Betting, New York Racing (2001), New York Racing (2008), New York Regional, NYS Electric, Niagara Mohawk (1) and (2), City of Oswego, Passino, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine v. Strojnowski, Capital Newspapers (4), Carnevale (1), Carnevale (2), Chebere, Cornell, De Luca, De Maria, De Oliviera, Faulkner, Fink, Gannett Newspaper v. ABC News was granted access to names and business addresses of the principals of check cashing businesses licensed by Banking Department; other aspects of license applications, such as residence addresses, were denied on the basis of §87(2)(f) in order to protect the lives and safety of applicants and their families.
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