On this week's edition of New York NOW:
- The debate over New York's bail reform laws heats up, suggesting it could be a top issue for lawmakers next year.
- Zach Williams from City & State and Marina Villeneuve from the Associated Press join us to talk about that and the other news of the week.
- Senate Elections Chair Zellnor Myrie has released a report on New York's elections and voting systems, including problems and solutions. We'll discuss.
- At least 14 people have died this year, some by suicide, at Rikers Island, New York City's jail complex. Former Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman, who heads a commission on solutions for Rikers, joins us with a plan to ease the crisis.