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Communitivity from Clean: Advertising and Design The podcast that celebrates the role of creativity in building strong communities. Using an interview format, listeners will be introduced to people using their creative energy (food, fashion, art, music, business, etc.) to help strengthen their community. The goal is to inspire listeners by showc Calling all inherently curious and business savvy folks to the table. Pull up a chair and hear entrepreneurs and marketing gurus share their recipes ...
 
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July 29, 2021 - Is the attempt by the Cuomo administration to undermine the attorney general's investigation into the governor's conduct an example of free speech or legally dubious? We get an answer from Rob Rosborough, author of the New York Appeals blog and a litigation partner at Whiteman, Osterman & Hanna.…
 
July 29, 2021 - Assemblymember Emily Gallagher, a Brooklyn Democrat, reflects on her first legislative session, including the progressive policies that got done and those that didn't. She discusses the learning curve as a freshman lawmaker, changing the institution and the need for strong oversight of the executive branch.…
 
July 27, 2021 - In response to the opioid epidemic, Senate Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Committee Chair Pete Harckham, a Westchester County Democrat, is pushing legislation that would require doctors to prescribe an opioid antagonist to patients who are getting an opioid prescription.By WCNY
 
July 27, 2021 - New York has experienced a spike in Medicaid enrollees during the pandemic that could come crashing back to normal levels if state and federal officials don't take steps to smooth the transition for hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers. The Legal Aid Society's Erika Hanson and Rebecca Antar Novick explain what caused the influx and …
 
July 27, 2021 - A coalition of home care organizations are organizing in response to the Cuomo administration drastically reducing the number of providers authorized to direct their services in New York. Linda Clark, an attorney for the burgeoning coalition, explains why the state's decision is legally problematic and could reduce the quality of ca…
 
July 22, 2021 - As new COVID-19 infections are on the rise in New York, driven largely by the more dangerous and transmissible Delta variant, public health officials and some lawmakers are making the case for increased pandemic restrictions. Dr. Isaac Weisfuse, a former deputy commissioner of public health for New York City, weighs in on the curren…
 
July 21, 2021 - Early intervention services are required for young children with developmental disabilities and delays, but the federal government doesn't mandate who pays the bill, so in New York it usually falls on taxpayers. Brigit Hurley, senior director of advocacy and program for The Children's Agenda, breaks down legislation awaiting the gov…
 
July 21, 2021 - State lawmakers passed a handful of bills this year, one of which has been signed into law so far, designed to prevent New Yorkers from getting inundated with unwanted texts and calls. Consumer Reports senior policy analyst Maureen Mahoney explains how the measures could work and the evolving federal regulations for nuisance communi…
 
July 20, 2021 - New York State Police Superintendent Kevin Bruen discusses the implementation of a state law requiring state police officers use body cameras while on patrol. He explains the logistical challenges in rolling out about 3,800 cameras, how the video will be used and how the system will be judged in the future.…
 
July 19, 2021 - The state recently released a collection of use of force data compiled by police departments all over New York. Michael Sisitzky, a senior policy counselor for the New York Civil Liberties Union, helps makes sense of what the data means, explains the shortcomings of the information and makes the case for new use of force rules in th…
 
July 19, 2021 - Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development senior housing organizer Alex Fennell discusses a land-use study requirement in New York City, which is designed to ensure the racial and ethnic impact of a project is taken into consideration, and makes the case for expanding the practice across the state.…
 
July 13, 2021 - In the wake of New York City adopting broad employment protections for fast food workers, we asked Maria Figueroa, director of Labor and Policy Research at the Worker Institute at Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations, about expanding the system to other industries and around the state.…
 
July 13, 2021 - We check in with the nonbinary transgender New Yorker and the attorney who sued New York last year for offering a driver's license application form with only binary gender options. Earlier this summer, the Cuomo administration settled the lawsuit and the governor signed legislation ensuring a more inclusive application.…
 
July 13, 2021 - Jon Campbell, the state editor for the USA Today Network in New York, breaks down the state Thruway Authority's battle over nearly a billion dollars in additional construction costs on the Mario Cuomo bridge and identifies the restaurants coming to the service plazas along the state Thruway.…
 
July 12, 2021 - Assemblyman Demond Meeks, a Rochester-area Democrat, talks about housing issues that arose during the pandemic and his first year in office. He discusses how legislative action on an eviction moratorium was spurred on by his arrest in December, highlights the need for code enforcement reform and reflects on his experience with the A…
 
July 12, 2021 - If you're following state government in recent weeks, you might have forgotten that Gov. Andrew Cuomo is under multiple investigations and most state lawmakers have called on him to resign. Alexis Grenell, a political consultant and Nation magazine consultant, weighs in on the odd return to normalcy at the Capitol.…
 
July 8, 2021 - A group of domestic abuse survivors and support agencies have come together to push for legislation expanding the information available in a state database about New Yorker recently convicted of family offenses, so men and women won't be caught unaware of a potential romantic partner's domestic history.…
 
July 7, 2021 - With Republican Party establishment support in New York coalescing around Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin's bid to be governor, we check in with state GOP Chair Nick Langworthy about Zeldin's candidacy, the party's path to relevance in New York and the lessons learned from the 2020 election losses.…
 
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