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New York NOW
New York NOW
2011: A Year of Transformation
Discussion of the radical changes that took place in New York state politics in 2011.
S2011 Ep52 | 26m 46s
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Caro on LBJ and Robert Moses
Pulitzer-winner Robert Caro discusses biographies of LBJ and master builder Robert Moses.
S2011 Ep51 | 26m 47s
In Saranac, a Retail Alternative
Saranac Lake residents eschew 'big box store' trend and build their own retail store.
S2011 Ep50 | 26m 46s
DEC's Martens on Hydrofracking
New York's top environmental regulator Joe Martens answers questions about hydrofracking.
S2011 Ep49 | 26m 45s
School Districts Grapple Possibilities
New York State Education Commissioner King discusses backing of school district mergers.
S2011 Ep48 | 26m 47s
Soares Won't Prosecute 'Occupy' Group
Albany District Attorney David Soares will not prosecute Occupy Albany demonstrators.
S2011 Ep47 | 26m 46s
Niagara Falls Eyes Comeback
Tourist dollars aren't traveling far at America's most popular state park, Niagara Falls.
S2011 Ep46 | 26m 46s
Kolb Decries 'Millionaire's Tax'
Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb condemns proposal which he labels a 'success tax.'
S2011 Ep45 | 26m 46s
Anti-Violence Program Defunded
Loss of funding for New York's SNUG ('guns' spelled backwards) program raises concerns.
S2011 Ep44 | 26m 46s
Burke Addresses Institutional Abuse
Office of People With Developmental Disabilities commissioner responds to abuse reports.
S2011 Ep43 | 26m 46s
Occupy Wall Street Ranks Swell
'New York NOW' explores goals, strategies of Manhattan's Occupy Wall Street demonstrators.
S2011 Ep42 | 26m 46s
Cry for Champlain Bridge Escalates
Southern Champlain Valley businesses eagerly await lifeline via new Crown Point bridge.
S2011 Ep41 | 26m 46s
New Jobs Dawn as Others Are Cut
PEF union vote yields job losses, but companies announce $4.4 billion investment in area.
S2011 Ep40 | 26m 47s
Tech Valley Innovation Conversation
Is New York's Capital Region ready to embrace the area's current technological boom?
S2011 Ep39 | 56m 16s
Redistricting Begins in Controversy
Will electoral map be redrawn by the legislature, as usual, or by an independent group?
S2011 Ep38 | 26m 46s
Turner's Win: A Message for Obama?
New York's typically solidly-Democratic Ninth District elects Republican Bob Turner.
S2011 Ep37 | 26m 34s
Nadler Reflects on 9/11
Congressman Jerry Nadler criticizes officials' response to air quality safety after 9/11.
S2011 Ep36 | 26m 46s
Cleaning Up After Irene
State Director of Operations Howard Glaser discusses the response to Hurricane Irene.
S2011 Ep35 | 26m 46s
Can Racing Association Get Stable?
In wake of state bailout, NYRA President Charlie Hayward says industry is gaining ground.
S2011 Ep34 | 26m 46s
Buffalo Seeks Path to Renewal
Buffalonians discuss plans to reposition their once-booming city in the global economy.
S2011 Ep33 | 26m 47s
AG on Gay Marriage, Energy Lawsuits
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman discusses lawsuits on gay marriage and energy.
S2011 Ep32 | 26m 46s
Will Grisanti Pay for Gay Marriage Vote?
One of four GOP state senators to vote for marriage equality takes heat from Republicans.
S2011 Ep31 | 26m 46s
Lincoln Historian Harold Holzer
Historian Harold Holzer discusses the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln with Matt Ryan.
S2011 Ep30 | 26m 46s
Hydrofracking Study Stirs Debate
NY DEC Commissioner Joe Martens discusses why he thinks hydraulic fracturing is safe.
S2011 Ep29 | 26m 46s