State Sen. Andrea Stewart-Cousins has been voted in as the state's minority leader, making her the first woman in New York history to lead a legislative conference. After six years in office, Stewart-Cousins (D-35th District) will take the position in January. And even though Democrats outnumber Republicans in the Senate, she will not become the majority leader because of a breakaway group of Democrats...

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