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PODCAST: WNY politics in the spotlight

PODCAST: WNY politics in the spotlight

Collins, Ortt and Maziarz, Oh my!

Discussion: Reproductive Health Rights in New York

Discussion: Reproductive Health Rights in New York

NIRH's Miller on Gorsuch, Roe v. Wade future.

Indian Point closing worries local community

Indian Point closing worries local community

Plant set to shut down by 2021.

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WMHT to Host A Town Hall with Congressman John Faso

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WMHT will host a Town Hall with Congressman John Faso (R-Kinderhook) on Thursday, April 13, 2017 from 8-9pm

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Post Preet Bharara Capitol may be weaker on ethics trangressions

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Now that Preet Bharara is no longer the US Attorney for the southern district of New York, some in Albany wonder who will now be investigating potential corruption?

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Senate debate gets personal

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Tensions between opposing groups of Democrats in the Senate reached a flash point this week- over whose faction would be allowed to present their budget priorities for a floor debate, in an exchange that included some racially charged name calling.

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Discussion: Reproductive Health Rights in New York

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NIRH's Miller on Gorsuch, Roe v. Wade future

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Legislature changes Cuomo's free tuition plan

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The legislature’s one house budgets make some changes to Governor Cuomo’s $163 million dollar proposal to offer free tuition at public colleges in New York to some middle-class students.

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Senators spar over budget resolutions

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The smallest faction in the divided State Senate, the Independent Democratic Conference, has been permitted by the ruling party Republicans to issue their own alternate spending plan. That has angered the rest of the Democrats.

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Overtime needed for latest NYN Throwdown

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Karlin-Mahoney matchup is one for the ages!

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One house budgets will highlight Senate and Assembly priorities

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The Senate and Assembly will release their one house budgets early next week, as the March 31 deadline for a new spending plan draws near. They’ve already given some hints of what the plans will include.

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Indian Point closing worries local community

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Plant set to shut down by 2021.

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Analysis: Obamacare repeal could be costly for New York

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Governor Cuomo’s health department is analyzing the plan in the Republican Congress to overhaul Obama care, and finds it carries a heavy price tag for New York.

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