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ALBANY – New York court administrators laid off 367 nonjudicial employees yesterday to comply with state budget cuts ordered by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the state Legislature.

Starting June 1, the positions of that many court clerks and assistants, court officers of all ranks, analysts, librarians, aides, stenographers, family counseling case analysts, court reporters and attorneys and other support staff will be vacated. And the bulk of the jobs will remain empty as the Judiciary grapples with a $170 million cut in its $2.7 billion budget.

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