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The Governor’s deal with the Working Families Party is mapped out by Capital New York’s Laura Nahmias and the New York Daily News’ Glenn Blain.

 

We hear portions of the two home rule cases that were argued this week at the New York State Court of Appeals. The cases are Wallach v. Town of Dryden and Coopertown Holstein v. Town of Middlefield.

 

We meet Elise Stefanik, one of two Republicans running for the North Country Congressional District being vacated by Democratic incumbent Bill Owens.

 

UAlbany Adjunct Professor of Political Science & Senior Strategist for Manatt, Phelps & Phillips Bruce Gyory on the country’s slight tilt to the left and what it may mean for New York.

The Governor’s deal with the Working Families Party is mapped out by Capital New York’s Laura Nahmias and the New York Daily News’ Glenn Blain.

 

We hear portions of the two home rule cases that were argued this week at the New York State Court of Appeals. The cases are Wallach v. Town of Dryden and Coopertown Holstein v. Town of Middlefield.

 

We meet Elise Stefanik, one of two Republicans running for the North Country Congressional District being vacated by Democratic incumbent Bill Owens.

 

UAlbany Adjunct Professor of Political Science & Senior Strategist for Manatt, Phelps & Phillips Bruce Gyory on the country’s slight tilt to the left and what it may mean for New York.

Capitol Pressroom

‘Capitol Pressroom Weekend’ for June 8, 2014

The Governor’s deal with the Working Families Party is mapped out by Capital New York’s Laura Nahmias and the New York Daily News’ Glenn Blain.

We hear portions of the two home rule cases that were argued this week at the New York State Court of Appeals. The cases are Wallach v. Town of Dryden and Coopertown Holstein v. Town of Middlefield.

We meet Elise Stefanik, one of two Republicans running for the North Country Congressional District being vacated by Democratic incumbent Bill Owens.

UAlbany Adjunct Professor of Political Science & Senior Strategist for Manatt, Phelps & Phillips Bruce Gyory on the country’s slight tilt to the left and what it may mean for New York.

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