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 (5/13/22):
- - With the U.S. Supreme Court considering a reversal of Roe v. Wade, we take a look at New York's abortion laws, and what impact the decision could have in the Empire State.
- - Harry Wilson is a Republican seeking his party's nomination for governor this year. He joins us to lay out his new crime plan, and discuss how he got here.
- - Gov. Kathy Hochul chose Rep. Antonio Delgado as New York's new lieutenant governor last week. We look at how that might play into this year's elections.
- - Anna Gronewold from Politico New York and David Lombardo from the Capitol Pressroom join us on that and more.
Democrats from the state Legislature rallied at the State Capitol Monday in response to the shooting, which has stirred national outrage over the racial motive of the attacker.
The new lines create several new competitive districts, and lower the amount of Democratic leaning districts overall.