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Ida's Impact, Extraordinary Eviction Session, Opioid Crisis

Season 2021 Episode 35 | 26m 46s

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Gov. Kathy Hochul wants to prepare for the next storm after the remnants of Hurricane Ida flooded downstate. Lawmakers head back to Albany, this week, to act on evictions, New York's marijuana legalization roll-out, and more. Keshia Clukey and Ryan Tarinelli discuss. Sen. Pete Harckam joins to discuss the opioid crisis. Rep. Lee Zeldin shares his thoughts on the U.S. pulling out of Afghanistan.

Aired: 09/03/21 | Rating: NR

Support for New York NOW is provided by WNET/Thirteen and the Dominic Ferraioli Foundation.

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