Note: New York NOW tapes Friday mornings, but we cover the latest from the State Capitol every day. Check our stories below for more.
On The Latest Edition of New York NOW (9/30/22):
- We're now less than six weeks away from Election Day. We break down a new poll on where some of New York's top races stand with Steven Greenberg from the Siena Research Institute.
- Republicans feel confident about their chances of gaining seats, and potentially the majority, in the State Senate in November. Senate Republican Campaign Committee Chair Sen. Pam Helming joins us to discuss.
- Record tourism in the Adirondacks has created some unique challenges for local communities. Reporter Alexis Young takes us to the high peaks for that story.
The Latest in New York
New York State Labor Commissioner Roberta Reardon has accepted a recommendation by the Farm Laborers Wage Board to lower the farmworker overtime threshold from 60 to 40 hours per week.
A new poll finds Democratic Governor Kathy Hochul ahead of her Republican opponent, Lee Zeldin, as she makes inroads into the law enforcement sector, which traditionally has held views to the right of many Democrats.