January 01, 2019

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In this special holiday edition of the Hudson Mohawk Magazine we focus on key issues that anti-poverty and climate change activists are hoping will be enacted by the NYS Legislature now that the Democrats in 2019 will control the State Senate. We feature six segments that we have previously run. First up will be the Hope Budget for NYS; the legislative agenda for the Green Party; Assemblymember Bill Colton and climate change; Ron Deutsch of the Fiscal Policy Institute on revenue issues; Rev. Peter Cook of the NYS Council of Churches; and Susan Zimet, Executive Director of the Hunger Action Network of NYS

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