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Republican Attorney General Nominee John Cahill makes case for new leadership.
Farmers working together in the Catskills; interview with NYPIRG's Blair Horner.
Professor Verdis Robinson discusses the Rochester Race Riots of 1964.
Fordham Law School Professor Zephyr Teachout says she can pull off an upset against Cuomo.
How 4 upstate cities are trying to deal with the increasing problem of zombie properties.
Decade-long battle in the town of Tupper Lake involving the building of an Adirondack Club
EPA Administrator for NY, Judith Enck, discusses policies curbing our carbon footprint.
Journalist Thom Hallock of Mountain Lake PBS discusses the outcome of Primary Day.
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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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