Capitol Pressroom

Sept. 23, 2013: George Carpinello, Mike Feurstein, Billl Cooke, and Richard Brodsky

The attorney for the food truck dismissed from the Saratoga Race Course on opening day of the meet argues the case is about more than selling sandwiches, it’s about commercial speech. George Carpinello of Bois, Schiller & Flexner joins us in the studio.

Mike Feurstein discusses his antibullying media project in schools, which has now gone to Australia and is in line with the Common Core.

Bill Cooke of the Citizens Campaign for the Environment spells out exactly why environmentalists, attorneys general from 7 states and industry are pushing the EPA to finally issue long-awaited regulations around indoor and outdoor wood boilers.

Richard Brodsky predicts Governor Cuomo will “set the stage for 2014 by proposing substantial, multi-year tax cuts”. Brodsky is a fellow at the Demos think tank in New York City and at the Wagner School at New York University.

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