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March 12, 2015: Asm. Tedisco, Charles King, Asm. Santabarbara, Heather Mac Donald

Asm. Jim Tedisco (R – Schenectady) discusses his legislation that would require schools to inform parents of their right to opt out of the state’s Common Core based tests.

Charles King, President and CEO of Housing Works, explains a blueprint to end the AIDS epidemic in New York by 2020.

We’ll discuss a digital proposal for the state’s pothole problem, the “County Fair Capital Improvements Fund” and MMA with Asm. Angelo Santabarbara (D – Schenectady).

Heather Mac Donald, a Manhattan Institute Thomas Smith Fellow, challenges the statistics and premise that there is a rape epidemic on college campuses.

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