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John Flanagan edges out fellow Republican John DeFrancisco as Senate Majority Leader.
Recap another hectic week at the State Capitol after the arrest of Dean Skelos.
He just got re-elected as Attorney General and he's already being asked about 2018.
Implementation of the Nurse Practitioners Modernization Act; Gov. Cuomo's trip to Cuba.
Broadband push in New York; severe weather forum preview.
Author Michael Shnayerson discusses his new biography of Andrew Cuomo, 'The Contender.'
Review the newly enacted budget including controversy surrounding the education bill.
Mike Gormley, Laura Nahmias, and Karen DeWitt break down the last week of negotiations.
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Discover the lesser known health threats transmitted by ticks.
Innovation Trail report on push to expand high-speed internet access in New York.
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.