Dec. 30, 2015: Best-of with Sen. Hoylman, Brandon Muir, John Sipple and Dennis Walcott, Frederick Kowal
December 30, 2015
In light of recent attacks, legislators are calling on New York to close the so-called terror gap for the purchase of firearms. Sen. Brad Hoylman (D – Manhattan) will explain legislation he has proposed.
Reclaim New York, advocates for government reform and accountability, are critical of the Regional Economic Development Councils, calling them propaganda and bad policy. We will speak with the group’s executive director Brandon Muir about Reclaim New York’s opposition to the state-funded program.
East Ramapo’s state-appointed panelists Dennis Walcott, the monitor, and Dr. John Sipple of Cornell University will discuss reform recommendations for the district that the three-person panel has proposed.
United University Professions President Frederick Kowal will outline the group’s legislative priorities for 2016. Original air-date: Dec. 15, 2015◄ Back to PodCasts