Eye on Ethics, Rep. Lee Zeldin's Run for Governor, Cuomo's Partnership
On This Week's Edition
On this week’s edition of New York NOW: New York is notorious for its spotty record on public ethics, and lawmakers want to take new steps toward reform. We'll have details.
Rep. Lee Zeldin, the presumptive Republican nominee for governor in next year's election, stops by with an update on his campaign, and his strategy to win.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has a new partnership with likely next New York City Mayor Eric Adams, focused on crime.
Ryan Tarinelli from the New York Law Journal and Kate Lisa from Johnson Newspapers join us for this week's panel on the news of the week.
And payments have started for the enhanced Child Tax Credit, part of the American Rescue Plan. Darrell Camp has more.