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March 10, 2016: minimum wage, Ken Lovett, Jim Heaney, Elizabeth Moran

We spoke with DeWitt Town Board Member Kerin Rigney, one of several Syracuse-area politicians who is living on the minimum wage this week, and Bobbi Chase, a CNA in Central New York who makes just above the minimum wage.

NY Daily News Albany Bureau Chief Kenneth Lovett explained the Assembly Ethics and Guidance Committee’s sanctions against Assemblywoman Angela Wozniak (R – Cheektowaga) for sexual harassment.

Investigative Post Editor and Executive Director Jim Heaney discussed an IP report on the state of Buffalo’s economy, inequality and job growth.

Finally, we looked at a report on sewage in the water with Elizabeth Moran, Water and Natural Resources Associate with Environmental Advocates of New York.

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