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Discussion of Governor Cuomo's new Common Core task force.
The future is uncertain for coal plants in New York; investigation into 'Buffalo Billion.'
Kermit Roosevelt, great-great grandson of Teddy, discusses his new book 'Allegiance.'
Soares on Cuomo’s executive order giving the Attorney General special prosecutor powers.
State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia; secession rally in the Southern Tier.
See how Buffalo is revitalizing its waterfront; new trails in the Adirondacks.
Interview with Congressman Paul Tonko; report on property tax cap debate.
Albany watchdog Blair Horner of NYPIRG discusses the recent rash of corruption.
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Innovation Trail report on the uncertain future for coal plants in New York.
Jenna Flanagan visits a downstate company hoping to grow and distribute medical marijuana.
Tenants push for stronger rent control laws in New York.
Discover the lesser known health threats transmitted by ticks.
Innovation Trail report on push to expand high-speed internet access in New York.
Learn about the updated Campus Safety Act and hear from victims' rights advocates.
Students Cy-Mier Dace & Amir Shabazz share their educational experiences after the taping.
Teacher Jamila Davis shares her reactions to the taping.
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