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On the latest edition of New York NOW:
- - New York is moving ahead with its long-term strategy for responding to climate change, including ways to reduce emissions, promote renewable energy, and more.
- - New York Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos and New York Energy Research & Development Authority President Doreen Harris join us to go through it, and give us an update.
- - Julie Tighe from the New York League of Conservation Voters explains how the federal Build Back Better bill could help New York's investments in a new climate-friendly future, and what else could be done at the state level.
- - Next year's race for governor continues to evolve, with Rep. Tom Suozzi throwing his hat in the ring this week for the Democratic nomination.
- - A fresh batch of transcripts from the Attorney General's investigation into claims of sexual harassment against Gov. Cuomo were released this week.
- - Bill Mahoney from POLITICO NY and our own Darrell Camp are in studio to discuss that and more.
Over the Thanksgiving weekend, Hochul issued a new state of emergency that she said could ban elective surgeries in up to three dozen hospitals in the state.
Rep. Tom Suozzi jumped into the race for governor of New York Monday, making him the fourth Democrat to officially throw his hat in the ring.
We're providing a running list of counties in New York state where the CDC recommends masks be worn indoors due to substantial or high transmission levels.