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On this week's edition of New York NOW:
We explore how Gov. Kathy Hochul and lawmakers could bolster the state's public ethics laws, and the agency that enforces them.
We have the first set of proposed maps for redrawing New York's congressional and legislative districts.
Keshia Clukey from Bloomberg and our own Darrell Camp join us to discuss that and more.
Sen. Jeremy Cooney, chair of the Cities 2 Committee, talks about how the state could help New York's small and midsize cities.
Elias Farah from the Sexual Harassment Working Group and Michael Polenberg from Safe Horizon tell us how New York could strengthen the state's sexual harassment and victim justice laws.
The so-called “Less is More” bill, which takes effect next March, will prevent parolees from being reincarcerated over technical parole violations, like missing an appointment, or drinking alcohol.
But instead of unveiling just one proposed set of maps, the commission released two versions of each map after the panel couldn’t come to an agreement on a unified proposal.
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.