March 14, 2014: Ws and Ls, Senate’s one-house budget, Proctors’ Philip Morris, environmentalists on oil transport, ‘Say Yes’ Buffalo
March 14, 2014
City and State’s Albany Bureau Chief Jon Lentz shares the Winners and Losers of the week.
Jessica Wisneski of Citizen Action and Michael Kink of the Strong Economy for All Coalition discuss the Senate’s one-house budget which rejects Cuomo’s “giveaway to banks” and provides an opening for public campaign financing.
Proctors Theater CEO Philip Morris argues for a tax credit for pre and post-Broadway show tech rehearsals.
More on the oil trains/oil facilities controversy with Environmental Advocates of New York Policy Director Katherine Nadeau and Conservation Director for the Sierra Club’s Atlantic Chapter Roger Downs.
‘Say Yes’ Buffalo Executive Director David Rust on an education success story.◄ Back to PodCasts