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(Left) Health Commissioner Howard Zucker (Center) A child in school wearing a mask (Right) Jolie Milstein from NYSAFAH

Zucker's Out, Climate Change, School Year Status, Affordable Housing Crisis

On This Week's Edition

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On this week's edition of New York NOW:

  • State Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker, who led the agency through the pandemic, has submitted his resignation.
  • Gov. Kathy Hochul spends Climate Week rolling out new initiatives from the state.
  • Marie French from POLITICO NY and Bernadette Hogan from the New York Post join us to discuss those topics and more.
  • The school year starteda few weeks ago, and COVID-19 is still running the show. Darrell Camp has that story.
  • New York needs more affordable housing, but there's no easy fix. Jolie Milstein from the New York State Association for Affordable Housing joins us to break it down.
  • And lawmakers take a closer look at the state's voting and election laws.