HMM 06 – 13 – 22
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with Mark Dunlea’s conversation with Upper Hudson Green Party Chair Kaleb Winters about political corruption and election fraud in Troy and Rensselaer County, in the wake of Troy Councilwoman Kimberly Ashe-McPherson’s recent guilty plea to federal ballot fraud charges and resignation from the council.
Then, our regular plastics correspondent Alexis Goldsmith joins us in the studio to recap the legislative session and tell us what’s coming up.
Later on, Elizabeth Press talks with Caroline Nagy about the failed Good Cause Eviction bill and the protests supporting it.
After that, attorney Kathy Manley, who helped defend Aref and Hossain after their 2004 arrest, speaks with Mark Dunlea in anticipation of Friday’s screening of “Witness,” a documentary film about the case.
Finally, Blaise Bryant brings us this week’s climate update with Meteorologist Hugh Johnson.