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Bill Ferris 09/17/14

Bill Ferris 09/17/14

AARP New York's Bill Ferris on why baby boomers leaving New York could cost the state billions of dollars. 8:44 PM

Corey Stoughton 09/17/14

Corey Stoughton 09/17/14

Corey Stoughton of the New York Civil Liberties Union explains the lawsuit regarding the public defense system. 8:34 PM

Susan Lerner 09/17/14

Susan Lerner 09/17/14

Common Cause New York's Susan Lerner discusses a judge's decision to throw out redistricting language on the November ballot. 8:31 PM

Last Night and What's Ahead - 9/17/14

Last Night and What's Ahead - 9/17/14

Gov. Cuomo and opponent Rob Astorino are making their rounds leading up to November. Plus, what's in store for the future of immigrant children living in New York and should pharmacies be allowed to advertise tobacco products? Here's a look at last night and what's coming up at 8. 3:31 PM

John McDonald 09/16/14

John McDonald 09/16/14

Assemblyman John McDonald explains his legislation that would allow the sale of tobacco in pharmacies as long as the product was not on display. 09/16/2014 05:50 PM

Marcos Crespo 09/16/14

Marcos Crespo 09/16/14

Assemblyman Marcos Crespo tells us about the hearing held in Manhattan regarding immigrant children. 09/16/2014 05:45 PM

Peter Iwanowicz 09/16/14

Peter Iwanowicz 09/16/14

Peter Iwanowicz of Environmental Advocates discusses the EPA's decision that the majority of the new Tappan Zee Bridge loan is ineligible for federal funding. 09/16/2014 05:42 PM

Last Night and What's Ahead - 9/16/14

Last Night and What's Ahead - 9/16/14

Cuomo pairs with NJ Gov. Chris Christie on a special project, while the Green Party picks up steam in New York. Plus - what agenda is the Business Council trying to set, and why are some tipped workers worried about paying their bills? Here's highlights from last night and a look at what's coming up at 8. 09/16/2014 05:07 PM

Raise Up NY Coalition Members 09/15/14

Raise Up NY Coalition Members 09/15/14

Michael Kink of Strong Economy for All, Melissa Fleck from Citizen Action of New York, and Emily McNeill from Labor-Religion Coalition on increasing pay for tipped workers. 09/15/2014 04:12 PM

Ken Pokalsky 09/15/14

Ken Pokalsky 09/15/14

Ken Pokalsky, Vice President of Government Affairs at the Business Council, with their annual Legislative Scorecards. 09/15/2014 04:04 PM

Tim Kennedy 09/15/14

Tim Kennedy 09/15/14

State Senator Tim Kennedy talks about his campaign for re-election and rumors of his interest in the Erie County Democratic Chair. 09/15/2014 04:02 PM

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