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Special Episode: New York's Corruption Problem & the Power of Litigation
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NYPIRG's Blair Horner and GJC's Cam Macdonald
NYPIRG's Blair Horner and GJC's Cam Macdonald

Catch this week's show on your local PBS station, or watch on YouTube or using the free PBS app anytime after Friday.

On this week's edition of New York NOW: We'll revisit two perennial problems in New York state.

Corruption has plagued New York state government since its inception, and that trend is still going strong. Blair Horner from the New York Public Interest Research Group joins us to discuss why that's the case.

And if corruption had a cousin, it would be transparency. Cameron Macdonald from the Government Justice Center is with us to chat about that, and how litigation can deliver results in government accountability.


Note: This is a new episode of New York NOW, but we taped it back before the COVID-19 shutdown.
New York NOW

New York's Corruption Problem & The Power of Litigation

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Rating: NR

On this week's edition of New York NOW: We'll revisit two perennial problems in New York.