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Podcast: Breaking down NY19 Democrats

Podcast: Breaking down NY19 Democrats

TU's Rachel Silberstein analyzes large field.

Gianaris on Senate dysfunction, November election

Gianaris on Senate dysfunction, November election

Democrat in charge of regaining the majority.

Senate dysfunction returns

Senate dysfunction returns

This week on New York NOW a look at the 31-31 tie in the chamber.

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Podcast: Breaking down NY19 Democrats

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TU's Rachel Silberstein analyzes large field.

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Poor People's Campaign: 40 days of action

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Coordinator Barb Smith discusses the mission.

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Cuomo touts anti-sexual harassment policy, but political opponents say it falls short

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Governor Cuomo says the anti-sexual harassment policies enacted in the state budget are among the strongest in the nation, but his political rivals say the governor has not done enough to respond to allegations of sexual harassment in his own administration.

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Cuomo pushes gun safety measure stalled in the legislature

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Governor Cuomo has begun a statewide tour to promote a bill to give teachers and school administrators the power to go to court and ask a judge to confiscate the guns of a student and their family if they suspect the student might try to harm themselves or others.

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Report clearing former Cuomo aide of sexual harassment leaves unanswered questions

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A report from the state ethics commission clears Governor Cuomo’s former high-level economic development official Sam Hoyt of sexual harassment charges, but the report leaves many unanswered questions.

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Gianaris on Senate stalemate, November election

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Democrat in charge of regaining the majority.

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GOP candidate for governor calls for term limits

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The Republican candidate for Governor, Marc Molinaro, is proposing term limits of two four year terms for statewide offices, including the office of governor, and 12-year limits for state lawmakers.

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Groups urge economic development reform

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Government reform groups are urging the state Assembly to pass two bills that have already been approved in the Senate that would reform New York’s economic development programs.

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Tensions ease, but Senate stalemate continues

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The business of the evenly divided New York State Senate remains stalled, as advocacy groups pressed for their bills to be acted on before the session ends in two weeks.

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Divided State Senate spars over abortion rights amendment

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In a spirited floor fight in the State Senate, Democrats tried once again but failed to get a vote on an amendment on women’s reproductive health care.

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