May 17, 2022

HMM 05 – 16 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with a report from Mark Dunlea on the status of the proposed project at 1011 Second Ave, Troy. Mark talks with Jess Bennett from the local group Friends of the Mahicantuck.

Then, Hudson Mohawk Magazine producer Elizabeth Press talks with Shawn Young from the organization “All of Us” about a move to run far-right candidates in school board elections across the country.

Later on, we talk with our Plastics Correspondent Alexis Goldsmith about the status of the “Extended Producer Responsibility,” or EPR, bill.

After that, Mark Dunlea talks with longtime peace and justice activist Pat Hynes about her new collection of articles in the book “Hope, But Demand Justice.”

Finally, Blaise Bryant brings us a discussion with retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson.

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