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June 8, 2015: Michael Borges, medical marijuana, East Ramapo CSD, World Oceans Day, Sen. Liz Krueger and Tony Vecchiotti

 

Michael Borges, executive director of the New York State Association of School Business Officials, looks at the effect of making the property tax permanent.

We speak with one contender for medical marijuana production in New York State. CEO Teddy Scott, Ph.D., of PharmaCann makes his case.

Will there be state fiscal oversight for the East Ramapo Central School District this session? Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee, whose district includes East Ramapo, and David Sciarra, the executive director of the Education Law Center, explain why the district needs more oversight now.

We celebrate World Oceans Day with Adrienne Esposito, the executive director of the Citizens Campaign for the Environment.

Sen. Liz Krueger (D – Manhattan) and Tony Vecchiotti, a board member for March of Dimes, discuss why pregnancy should qualify as a life event that allows people to sign up for health insurance outside the normal enrollment period.

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