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June 23, 2016: Comptroller DiNapoli, Rep. Tonko, Phil Terrie, Jerry Kremer

Comptroller Tom DiNapoli discusses a report on New York’s homeless shelter system.

Rep. Paul Tonko (D – NY 20) joins Susan to discuss the on-going Democratic sit-in in the House of Representatives to protest inaction on gun legislation.

Philip Terrie, an Adirondack historian and professor emeritus at Bowling Green University, will look at the history of New York’s “Forever Wild” clause. With the chance for the public to vote on a Constitutional Convention in 2017, the state’s unique forest preserve statutes will come to the forefront.

Arthur “Jerry” Kremer, a former Assemblyman and partner at Empire Government Strategies, joins Susan to discuss the downside to a state Constitutional Convention.

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