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Full Episode: Inside New York's $212 Billion State Budget, Comptroller Tom DiNapoli
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On this week's edition of New York NOW: New York has a new $212 billion state budget — the largest in state history. And there's a lot in it.

We have an in-depth look of some of the major items in this year's state budget, like tax hikes, relief for tenants, and the legalization of mobile sports betting.

Then, State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli joins us to discuss the new budget, where the state's finances are headed, and how his office plays a role.

Plus, Karen DeWitt from New York State Public Radio and Bill Mahoney from POLITICO have analysis on the budget and more.

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