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This week on New York NOW we welcome in author David Woolner to discuss his fascinating book on Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
A legal expert says that the Cuomo Administration’s decision to delay a decision on whether to allow hydrofracking in New York for another 90 days makes sense. Meanwhile, some health care professionals say a review underway on the health effects of fracking is a sham.Read More
The state’s environmental agency confirms it will miss a key deadline and delay approval of hydro fracking in New York once again.Read More
Governor Cuomo says damage from Superstorm Sandy will cost New York $33 billion dollars in property damage and economic losses.Read More