Capitol Pressroom

Dec. 23, 2015: Administrator Judith Enck, Bill Cooke, Carol Corbett Burris, Ed Moslander

EPA Region 2 Administrator Judith Enck will explain the Hoosick Falls’ water contamination from the chemical PFOA and why the EPA is urging residents to avoid drinking or cooking with it.

The Cuomo Administration is considering changing the definition of ATVs to include larger machines. Conservationists like Bill Cooke, the director of government relations for the Citizens Campaign for the Environment, are pushing back.

Carol Corbett Burris, executive director of the Network for Public Education Foundation, explains her objections to the Common Core Task Force recommendations.

We will look at New Yorkers’ readiness for retirement with Ed Moslander, senior managing director and head of institutional client services for TIAA-CREF.

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