March 28, 2023

HMM 03 – 27 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea bringing us a report on Monday’s press conference by the New York Public Interest Research Group about their support for the Climate Superfund Act and other measures they deem needed in the next state budget.

Then we are joined by New Yorkers for Mental Health Alternatives Co-Presidents Avery Stempel and Pammy Jackson to hear about their efforts to educate the public and policy makers about psychedelic substances.

Later on, Willie Terry talks with three AFL-CIO representatives about their March 16th delivery of signed petitions to raise the minimum wage and index future changes to inflation rates.

After that, Sina Basila Hickey asks Laura Welsh and Kiani Conoly-Wilson of Fehu Farmstand about how pagan and indigenous philosophies guide their farming practices.

Finally, retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson is here for our weekly chat about climate and weather. This time we’ll hear about the storms in California before looking at upcoming regional weather.

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