June 08, 2021

HMM 06 – 07 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with talking about universal healthcare as hundreds came to Albany on June 7th to force a vote.
Then, we talk about a building with a troubled past as Representatives talk about reopening Albany’s South Campus Center
Later on, we are introduced to the meaning of Race Amity Day on June 13th as Moses Nagel speaks with 3 members of the steering committee
After that, Noreen McKee talks about the ruling against Rensselaer County Board of Elections for failing to provide voters in Rensselaer County with adequate and equitable access to early voting poll sites
Finally, we talk about the the Peoples Reporting Project and how there is a way to track the complaints of Troy Police Department

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