May 3, 2016: Ken Lovett, Steve Greenberg, Mike Kink and Jess Wisneski, Anderson Breakfast
May 3, 2016
Ken Lovett, the Albany Bureau Chief for the NY Daily News, discusses the latest in Preet Bharara’s probe of the Buffalo Billion and Gov. Cuomo’s former top aide Joe Percoco.
We will speak with Steve Greenberg about the latest Siena Poll, which takes a look at Gov. Cuomo’s poll numbers, the presidential election and voters take on a Constitutional Convention.
Michael Kink, the executive director of the Strong Economy for All Coalition, and Jessica Wisnewski, the campaigns director of Citizen Action of New York, explain their call for lawmakers to tackle ethics, elections, campaign finance and voting reform as they return for the second half of session.
The topic for the final Warren M. Anderson Breakfast, hosted by the Government Law Center at Albany Law, is From Paris, France to Paris, New York: What role, if any, is there for state and local government in addressing climate change? Two panelists from the breakfast-Darren Suarez, the director of Government Affairs for the Business Council of NYS, and Erin Crotty, the executive director of Audubon New York-join Susan.◄ Back to PodCasts