New York NOW
Gun Violence Public Health Crisis, Replacing JCOPE

Gun Violence Public Health Crisis, Replacing JCOPE

July 15, 2022

On this week’s edition of New York NOW (7/15/22):

  • - Gun violence is a public health crisis, but what's being done to prevent it? New York NOW investigates.
  • - Governor Hochul has announced a plan to replace the New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) with an independent agency - we take a closer look at what replacing JCOPE will look like.
  • - Reflecting on the week that was with Marina Villeneuve of the Association Press and Jimmy Vielkind from The Wall Street Journal on an all-new Reporters Roundtable.

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Full Episode: Low Turnout for Early Voting, Post-Roe V Wade Policy in NY

Full Episode: Low Turnout for Early Voting, Post-Roe V Wade Policy in NY

July 8, 2022

On this week's edition of New York NOW:

  • New York's June 28th primary elections experienced low voter turnout - we have more.
  • A closer look at policy in a post-Roe v Wade New York.
  • Reflecting on the week that was in Reporter's Roundtable.
Full Episode: Primary Day Debrief, New Gun Laws After SCOTUS, Roe v. Wade Reaction

Full Episode: Primary Day Debrief, New Gun Laws After SCOTUS, Roe v. Wade Reaction

July 1, 2022

On this week's edition of New York NOW: 

 

🟣NYN has a full debrief after Tuesday's primary elections for governor and lieutenant governor.

 

🟣 New York will have a set of new gun laws after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the state's concealed carry rules. We have the details.

 

🟣  Karen DeWitt from New York State Public Radio and Mike Gormley from Newsday join us with analysis.

 

🟣  A new edition of On The Bill, featuring the Warehouse Worker Protection Act.

 

🟣 New Yorkers react after the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade.

 

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Primary Day Preview, Jumaane Williams’ Run for Governor, Trans Wellness & Equity Fund

Primary Day Preview, Jumaane Williams’ Run for Governor, Trans Wellness & Equity Fund

June 24, 2022

On this week's edition of New York NOW (6/24/22):

  • - New York's first primary elections of 2022 are on Tuesday, June 28. We'll tell you who's going to be on the ballot in the races for governor and lieutenant governor.
  • - New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams is one of three Democrats competing for the party's nomination in the race for governor Tuesday. He joins us to discuss.
  • New York has a new support fund for transgender and gender-expansive organizations and individuals. We'll have details.

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Republicans Debate, Rob Astorino’s Bid for Governor, Ana Maria Archila’s Run for LG

Republicans Debate, Rob Astorino’s Bid for Governor, Ana Maria Archila’s Run for LG

June 17, 2022

On this week's edition of New York NOW:

  • We bring you more conversations with candidates ahead of this month's primaries for governor and lieutenant governor.
  • The four Republicans seeking the party's nomination in that election traded barbs during a debate this week. We have highlights.
  • Rob Astorino is one of the four Republicans vying for the party's nomination for governor. He joins us.
  • Ana Maria Archila is running to be the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor in this month's primary. We speak with her about her campaign.

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Democrats Debate, Andrew Giuliani’s Run for New York Governor, Post-Session Politics

Democrats Debate, Andrew Giuliani’s Run for New York Governor, Post-Session Politics

June 10, 2022

On this week's edition of New York NOW (6/10/22):

  • It's full steam ahead for this year's elections in New York now that this year's legislative session is over.
  • The three Democrats seeking their party's nomination for governor — Gov. Kathy Hochul, NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, and Rep. Tom Suozzi — faced off in a debate this week. We'll have highlights.
  • Republicans are gearing up for their own primary in the race for governor. Andrew Giuliani joins us to break down his campaign ahead of this month's election.
  • Joe Spector from POLITICO New York and David Lombardo from the Capitol Pressroom join us to break down the week.

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Final Days of This Year’s Session, Abortion & Gun Laws, NY’s Legal Marijuana Roll-Out

Final Days of This Year’s Session, Abortion & Gun Laws, NY’s Legal Marijuana Roll-Out

June 3, 2022

On this week's edition of New York NOW:

  • The state Legislature wrapped up this year's legislative session in Albany this week. We'll take you to Albany for the final days.
  • Lawmakers approved new laws on guns and abortion. We'll have details.
  • Karen DeWitt from New York State Public Radio and Michael Gormley from Newsday joins us with more on that and other news from the week.
  • An update on New York's roll-out of legal cannabis with Chris Alexander, executive director of the new state Office of Cannabis Management.

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How NY’s Gun Laws Could Change, Lt. Gov. Candidate Diana Reyna, Adult Survivors Act

How NY’s Gun Laws Could Change, Lt. Gov. Candidate Diana Reyna, Adult Survivors Act

May 27, 2022
  • Gov. Kathy Hochul wants New York's gun laws to change after the recent mass shootings in Buffalo and Uvalde, Texas. Jon Campbell from WNYC & Gothamist joins us to break it all down.
  • Diana Reyna, a Democrat, is running to be her party's nominee for lieutenant governor this year. We speak with her about what she would do if she's elected.
  • The Adult Survivors Act, which was signed into law this week, will give victims of adult sex crimes, like rape or forcible touching, the chance to sue the perpetrators of those crimes. We have details.
  • Communities have started to reflect after the recent mass shooting in Buffalo. We take you to a gathering in New York's capital city.

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Buffalo Mass Shooting Aftermath, New York’s Gun Laws, Last Weeks of Session

Buffalo Mass Shooting Aftermath, New York’s Gun Laws, Last Weeks of Session

May 20, 2022

On this week's edition of New York NOW (5/20/22):

  • After a mass shooting killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket last weekend, New York's top officials react, and seek action. We'll have details.
  • - State Sen. Brian Kavanagh, a Democrat from Manhattan who chairs American State Legislators for Gun Violence Prevention, joins us to discuss potential changes to the state's gun laws.
  • - New York City Mayor Eric Adams has a few items he wants lawmakers in Albany to address before they leave for the year, and access to abortion remains a top issue at the State Capitol.
  • Josh Solomon from the Times Union and Zach Williams from the New York Post join us to break down the week.

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Roe v. Wade, Harry Wilson’s Run for Governor, and NY’s New LG

Roe v. Wade, Harry Wilson’s Run for Governor, and NY’s New LG

May 13, 2022

This week: How would an end to Roe v. Wade impact New York? We'll discuss. Then, Harry Wilson lays out his run for governor in this year's Republican primary. And a look at how New York's new lieutenant governor could impact this year's elections. Plus, a new On the Bill. 

 

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