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On the latest edition of New York NOW: State lawmakers could consider a series of issues before they leave Albany for the year in June. We'll preview a few of them.
State Sen. Liz Krueger, a Democrat who chairs the Senate Finance Committee, chats about the recently passed state budget, and how she thinks lawmakers should overhaul JCOPE, the state's ethics agency, and boost enforcement in New York.
Jimmy Vielkind from the Wall Street Journal joins us with analysis on the latest in Albany.
And what do dairy farmers in New York have to do with natural gas? We'll tell you.
The attorney general would have the authority to convene a grand jury and, ultimately, prosecute anyone the investigation finds may have committed a crime.
Among the potential nominees were two former challengers to Cuomo, a member of Congress, the son of Rudy Giuliani, and more.