April 22, 2018: Capitol Pressroom
April 23, 2018
It’s Earth Day. Who better to talk to about New York’s environmental challenges than former EPA Regional Administrator Judith Enck.
Have you ever heard the phrase, “menstrual equity”? Manhattan Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal is fighting for it, and recently had some success addressing the issue. More on the Tamp Act in this half hour.
The Working Families Party has had quite a week – first some of their union supporters left them, and then the Governor announced he wouldn’t seek the party’s endorsement – or perhaps it was the other way
around. Anyway, we will hear from the Party’s 2 top leaders — co-Chair Karen Scharff and State Director Bill Lipton.
And suburban voters may not like what Cynthia Nixon has been saying about property taxes. Hofstra’s Larry Levy will have more.◄ Back to PodCasts