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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with Mark Dunlea’s report on how New York State schools are losing 1.8 billion dollars in tax giveaways by Industrial Development Agencies, also called IDAs.
Then, Willie Terry brings us some excerpts from the judge sentencing the gunman who killed ten people at a Tops supermarket in Buffalo last May.
Later on, Garrett McCarey talks with Megan Meyers on the work of the Rensselaer County Soil and Water District, including their upcoming “Envirothon.”
After that, Paul Stewart and I discuss an upcoming event sponsored by the Underground Railroad Education Center featuring Professor Janell Hobson, author of the book “When God Lost Her Tongue.”
Finally, Moses Nagel reports on the call to cancel the Bard College course called Apartheid in Israel-Palestine by the Jewish Federation of Ulster County.