Political fight over public pensions, and using more DNA in policework
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In this week's show, Governor Cuomo has finally reached a deal over the contentious issue of teacher evaluations.

And New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli sits down with Casey Seiler to explain why he opposes the governor's new plan for state employee pensions.

We also take a trip down the Innovation Trail to examine a new bill to expand the state's DNA databank.