Jan. 5, 2016: Melissa Marrone, Bill Hammond, natural gas and fracking issues
January 5, 2016
Melissa Marrone, the HHC Coordinator at the Housing and Homeless Coalition of Syracuse and Onondaga County, discusses Gov. Cuomo’s executive order requiring the state’s homeless to be removed from the streets in freezing temperatures.
Journalist Bill Hammond will preview the 2016 legislative session, which starts tomorrow. He will also share his analysis why the state shares the blame in the collapse of the Health Republic co-op.
New York still faces natural gas and fracking controversies a year after the ban on horizontal hydraulic fracturing was continued by the Cuomo Administration. Today we will host a discussion on environmentalists’ still pressing concerns with attorney Elisabeth Radow of Radow Law PLLC-who is the chairwoman of the New York State League of Women Voters’ Committee on Energy, Agriculture and the Environment-Roger Downs, the Conservation Director for the Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter, and Yvonne Taylor, co-founder of Gas Free Seneca.◄ Back to PodCasts