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NEW YORK NOW

Anti-Violence Program Defunded

  • Aired: 10/28/2011
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
Legislators from ten New York cities ask Gov. Cuomo to restore funding to Operation SNUG ('guns' spelled backwards), which advocates say makes a positive impact by enlisting ex-convicts in preventing gun violence among high-risk youth and young adults. Also, Ben Lawsky, Department of Financial Services superintendent, discusses the merger of state banking and insurance regulatory departments.
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Loss of funding for New York's SNUG ('guns' spelled backwards) program raises concerns.
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