Governor Andrew Cuomo weighs in on the rejection by the Senate Republicans of the WEA compromise floated Thursday as well as the deal hammered out this week with the Senecas.
Capital Tonight’s Nick Reisman and the AP’s Michael Gormley have the latest news from the state capitol.
Why did the Senecas come back to the table? Why did the Governor & women’s advocates offer an amendment to the abortion plank of the Women’s Equality Agenda? Why are private colleges on Long Island under consideration as a possible sites for Tax Free NY when it was presented as an upstate economic development tool? Former gubernatorial candidate, Assembly Minority Leader and current partner at the firm of Manatt Phelps Phillips, Republican John Faso shares his analysis with Democratic counterpart Sean Casey, Partner & Director of Public Affairs at Eric Mower & Associates in Albany.
City & State’s Aaron Short presents the Winners & Losers of the week.
Tracey Brooks, President & CEO Family Planning Advocates shares her reaction to the outright rejection by Republicans in the State Senate to accept a compromise offered by women’s groups and Governor Cuomo yesterday dealing with the abortion plank in the Women’s Equality Agenda.