April 25, 2023

HMM 04 – 24 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with a look at one topic that may be holding up approval of the New York State budget: the call for higher taxes on the wealthy.

Then, correspondent Marsha Lazarus talks with our own Andrea Cunliffe about her experience in an “Alternatives to Violence” project.

Later on, Willie Terry brings us a second report from the March event on “Black Family Wellness.”

After that, we hear from an expert on cemetery regulation about his lobbying efforts for organic post-death options, the importance of cemeteries as cultural landmarks, and more.

Finally, retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson joins us for our weekly look at climate issues and upcoming regional weather. He talks about what a “cutoff low” is and why “graupel” might be in this week’s forecast for some areas.

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