A big part of Andrew Cuomo's legacy as governor has been his ability to get an on-time budget after years of late spending plans. This year in his "drive for five" he came up short by three hours. Early Wednesday morning, April 1, the Assembly gave final approval on a budget that has seen its share of controversy, particularly with regard to the education bill. To that end, we will sit down with Tim Kremer of the New York State School Boards Association to discuss its impact.
Ken Lovett of The Daily News and Karen DeWitt of New York State Public Radio join us at the Reporters Roundtable.