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On this week’s edition of New York NOW: Dual probes into Gov. Cuomo from the Assembly and the Attorney General’s Office continue, but the administration’s strategy shifts. We’ll tell you more.
Jimmy Vielkind from the Wall Street Journal and Josh Solomon from the Times Union join us with analysis on that and other news from the week.
Lawmakers want to expand access to electric vehicles in New York to help meet the state’s climate goals, but that’s easier said than done. Darrell Camp has details.
When the COVID-19 pandemic started, local governments in New York scrambled to provide services to their communities, and it wasn’t easy. Now, they’ve written it all down for history.
“Our Darkest Hours: New York County Leadership & the COVID Pandemic” is a new collection of experiences during the pandemic, and all proceeds from the book will benefit food pantries across the state.
We take you back to the front lines of COVID-19 with Stephen Acquario from the New York State Association of Counties and Albany County Executive Dan McCoy, who’s also president of the County Executives of America.