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A look at the Adoptee Bill of Rights; Bill Samuels on Cuomo's problems with the left.
Analysis of state budget; Comptroller DiNapoli on budget's public campaign finance plan.
Review the DEC's draft plan to eliminate mute swans; discuss extended budget negotiations.
Former NYS Democratic Assemblyman Richard Brodsky discusses challenges facing Cuomo.
Review a proposed tax credit designed to help keep pre-and post-Broadway shows in NY.
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino kicks off his campaign for governor of New York.
Does the North Country need a 'rooftop highway?' Crude oil concerns at the Port of Albany.
Examination of the arguments for & against Labor Law 240, also known as The Scaffold Law.
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Students Cy-Mier Dace & Amir Shabazz share their educational experiences after the taping.
Teacher Jamila Davis shares her reactions to the taping.
Schenectady City School District Superintendent, Larry Spring shares additional thoughts.
Student Maya Paolasso-Martinez shares her reactions to the taping.
Audience members and panelists engage in deeper discussion.
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