On this week's edition of New York NOW: Gov. Andrew Cuomo is out with a new book. Bernadette Hogan from the New York Post joins us with details and analysis.
New York's bars and restaurants are struggling to keep afloat as the COVID-19 crisis continues. Melissa Fleischut from the New York State Restaurant Association and Scott Wexler from the Empire State Restaurant and Tavern Association join us to explain.
New York State Democratic Chair Jay Jacobs joins us to talk about how Democrats are trying to reach voters this year, and where they're focusing their efforts.
And the race for the 46th State Senate District is one of the most closely watched in New York politics this year. We'll introduce you to Michelle Hinchey, the Democrat in the race. We've reached out to the Republican candidate for an interview as well.
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