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Oct. 10, 2014: Ashley Hupfl, Ken Lovett, Albany Law, Billy Easton

City and State’s Albany reporter Ashley Hupfl joins us with the week’s Winners & Losers

Ken Lovett, Albany Bureau Chief for the New York Daily News, presents analysis of the week’s political news.

Five people associated with the Peter Young Housing, Industries and Treatment centers have been indicted by the Attorney General and the investigation continues. For Father Peter Young- who has not been indicted- the investigation has wounded his 50+ year old organization. We will talk with him about the past, the present and the future.

Albany Law School has just announced the adoption of a new strategic plan designed to ensure that its students are highly prepared for career success in the legal profession. What’s that mean? Professor Mary Lynch and Alicia Ouellette, Dean of Academic Affairs and Intellectual Life at Albany Law will join us to explain the changes, which are part of a wider conversation about the future of legal education.

Billy Easton of the Alliance for Quality Education joins us to discuss a new report.

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