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Morning Roundup: Tuesday, June 22

The National Weather Service forecast calls for widespread rainfall and thunderstorms today. The storms could bring damaging winds or heavy rain with localized flooding in some areas.

Here's a look at a few of the latest headlines:

- Cigarette taxes in New York will become the nation's highest under a measure approved Monday by the state Legislature, Tom Precious of the News Albany Bureau reports.

- The owners of a 20-acre site on Fuhrmann Boulevard that includes the former Freezer Queen manufacturing site hope to land a major corporate tenant for a proposed $300 million office, retail and hotel project, News Staff Reporter Phil Fairbanks reports.

- Toronto will host the G-20 summit Saturday and Sunday, and officials are warning that tight security measures will create travel delays in the city, The News' Stephen T. Watson reports.

For more on what's happening throughout the region today, visit Good Morning, Buffalo.

--Denise Jewell Gee

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