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On this week's edition of New York NOW:
- New York's farms are at a crossroads as New York considers lowering the amount of hours needed for farmworkers to earn overtime. We have an in-depth look at the issue, which could have major consequences for the state's food and agriculture industry.
- Another legal setback for Gov. Kathy Hochul's vaccine mandate for health care workers, and an apology for families of nursing home residents.
- Mike Gormley from Newsday and Anna Gronewold from POLITICO NY join us to discuss the week's news out of the state capitol.
- State lawmakers are considering legislation to curb court costs, which can land people in legal limbo. Darrell Camp has details.