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Sept. 9, 2013: Syria, Ovarian Cancer Awareness, CCE’s Sarah Eckel, Richard Brodsky

Congressman Bill Owens opens up about his questions on Syria.

Candace Carberry co-founder of the WNY Ovarian Cancer Project and Ali Gaston, owner of The Nail Place, a small business in West Seneca, NY talk about surviving cancer, as well as raising awareness and money.

Sarah Eckel, Legislative and Policy Director for the Citizens’ Campaign for the Environment, discusses a $5 billion dollar Environmental Bond Act that voters may be asked to decide on next year.

NYU Wagner and Demos Fellow Richard Brodsky returns to the show.

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