February 01, 2020

Hmm 1 – 31 – 20

First, Mark Dunlea speaks with Kirsten Keefe from Empire Justice Center about the Homeowner Foreclosure Prevention Program.

Then, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory speaks with award winning author Clyde W. Ford about his recent book, Think Black.

After that, Peter Savio speaks with Michael Corso about utility regulation in NY and the role of the Public Service Commission.

Then, UpState Housing correspondent Michele Maserjian speaks with Sam Wells, Neighborhood Stabilization Coordinator for the City of Albany.

And Last, Branda Miller speaks with Chelly Hegan, president of Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood, about their new wellness program.

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