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Sept. 25, 2014: Brian Kolb, Jerry Goldfeder, Billy Easton and David Sciarra, Karl Sleight


Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb addresses the GPS scandal and comments on the news of the day.

Strook, Strook & Lavan’s Jerry Goldfeder, an election law expert, outlines the history of residency requirements in the state and argues that such restrictions are no longer either necessary or practical.

Attorney David Sciarra Executive Director of the Education Law Center and Billy Easton Executive Director of the Alliance for Quality Education discuss the Small Cities Schools lawsuit against the State of New York.

Now that the public hearings have wrapped up, Harris Beach’s Karl Sleight says that behind the scenes, the state will likely do some heavy-duty vetting of casino bidders’ financials. He joins us with his thoughts on the process.

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