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New York state bans hydrofracking, and we interview outgoing Ed Commissioner John King.
Is there a special session on tap? We discuss this and the week's news.
The story of why a Capital Region wine store is suing the State Liquor Authority.
A pair of authors shine a light on two the most accomplished New York governors.
Conversation with former Lieutenant Governor Richard Ravitch.
Water infrastructure debate in the Hudson Valley; Schumer, Hawkins talk next steps.
Recap of Election Day 2014 including a discussion and analysis of the results.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman makes his case for re-election; review of Proposal One.
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Students Cy-Mier Dace & Amir Shabazz share their educational experiences after the taping.
Teacher Jamila Davis shares her reactions to the taping.
Schenectady City School District Superintendent, Larry Spring shares additional thoughts.
Student Maya Paolasso-Martinez shares her reactions to the taping.
Audience members and panelists engage in deeper discussion.
The NY DREAM Act - legislation aimed at helping young immigrants pay for higher education.
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