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WATCH: Hochul's Plan for the State Budget, How Does a Bill Become Law in New York?

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 (2/03/2023):

  • Gov. Kathy Hochul released her plan this week for the state budget, which is among the most consequential items negotiated at the Capitol each year.
  • Patrick Orecki from the Citizens Budget Commission joins us to break down the numbers.
  • Capitol reporters Michael Gormley from Newsday and Elise Kline from Lilly Broadcasting join us with analysis.
  • Plus: How does a bill become a law in New York? Reporter Alexis Young explains.
 

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