NY lawmakers advance bill that could strip Trump name from state park

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ALBANY, N.Y. — The state Senate approved a bill Thursday that could lead to New York removing former President Donald Trump’s name from a Hudson Valley state park. Lawmakers have sought to strip Trump’s name from the largely unused parkland, which straddles the border of Westchester and Putnam Counties, for years. Trump donated the 400-acre parcel to the state in 2006 after failing to convert the land into a golf course. The measure, awaiting approval in the Assembly, directs the state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation to conduct a legal review and figure out how to go abou…

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