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Schools Reopen, Colleges Cope, Budget Crisis, Unrest in Rochester
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WSJ's Jimmy Vielkind and the TU's Amanda Fries on this week's show

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On this week's edition of New York NOW: Many of the state's schools welcome students back for the first time since March. Others stay remote. Assemblywoman Mary Beth Walsh, the top-ranking Republican on the Assembly Education Committee, joins us to discuss the start of the school year.

Colleges and universities have been open now for a few weeks. We'll check in on what's happening at the state's private and independent colleges with Mary Beth Labate from the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities.

Civil unrest continues in Rochester over the death of Daniel Prude, and Cuomo continues to warn of the state's budget crisis. Jimmy Vielkind from the Wall Street Jounal and Amanda Fries from the Albany Times Union are in studio with analysis.


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New York NOW

Schools Reopen, Budget Crisis, Unrest in Rochester

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Many of the state's schools welcome students back for the first time since March.