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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.
New York NOW won its first ever New York State Broadcasters award this week at the association’s annual dinner.Read More
As the legislative session ends, 3 lawmakers announce their plans to retire.Read More
The state’s major environmental groups have formed a new coalition, urging Governor Andrew Cuomo to reject a plan to begin hydro fracking in select counties in New York’s Southern Tier.Read More
The International Joint Commission is a bi-national organization that helps Canada and the U.S. manage their shared water. Here in New York, the IJC has put out a new proposal that would change the water levels in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.Read More
A hearing by Senate Democrats explored the influence of the controversial lobby group known as ALEC in New York State.Read More
One day before the state ethics commission is to hold hearings on new rules for lobbying disclosures, there are more revelations about a multi million dollar advocacy group associated with Governor Andrew Cuomo.Read More
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A lobby group closely associated with Governor Andrew Cuomo was the elephant in the room during a hearing by the state ethics commission on new rules for donor disclosure.Read More
Now that Governor Andrew Cuomo has confirmed that a deal with a major gambling company to build a convention center in Queens has fallen through, Cuomo says he’s opening up the bids to more companies.Read More