A history lesson on the Moreland Act
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Andrew Cuomo recently appointed a Moreland Commission to investigate possible corruption in the state legislature. This isn't the first time he yielded this power given to the governor. He used it in the wake of Superstorm Sandy to investigate the Long Island Power Authority. 

This week on the program we talk to Albany historian John Evers, who explains the beginnings of the Moreland Act and how it was used by Governor Al Smith.  Watch the full interview above.