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On this week's edition of New York NOW (5/20/22):
- - After a mass shooting killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket last weekend, New York's top officials react, and seek action. We'll have details.
- - State Sen. Brian Kavanagh, a Democrat from Manhattan who chairs American State Legislators for Gun Violence Prevention, joins us to discuss potential changes to the state's gun laws.
- - New York City Mayor Eric Adams has a few items he wants lawmakers in Albany to address before they leave for the year, and access to abortion remains a top issue at the State Capitol.
- - Josh Solomon from the Times Union and Zach Williams from the New York Post join us to break down the week.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announces new measures aimed at fighting the twin crises of the growth of white supremacist beliefs and easy access to dangerous weapons.
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.