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"Car to President Trump will deliver a prime time address tomorrow night about what he calls a crisis of the US Mexico border this amid the partial government shutdown tied to his insistence that congress authorized more than five billion dollars to build a wall along the southern border. We'll carry the president's address live you're on WCBS tomorrow night at nine had three abortion rights were among key issues. Facing state lawmakers in Albany who return on Wednesday are Kevin Rincon has details rove. Wade isn't etched into New York state law in part because of Senate Republicans who blocked that effort, but Democrats are now in the majority in Albany and Hillary Clinton says it's time for change. This administration has rolled back access to reproductive health services at home and around the world. She says that puts women at risk everywhere commitment of public servants in the legislature and the courage of candidates who ran on these issues coupled with the determination of governor Cuomo will prove to be an unstoppable combination for his part. Governor Cuomo sounded more like a man stolen campaign mo- touting his accomplishments in office and vowing to do more on this subject. We have led the way on women's rights like, no other state. Ring tone, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty Katie Brennan. The chief of staff of New Jersey's housing finance agency filed suit against the state and Manchu sent sexually assaulted her. When he was a campaign staffer during Phil Murphy's run. For governor Brennan says Murphy's had been mishandled its response to her allegations. He says Albert Alvarez assaulted her in two thousand seventeen when they were both working on the campaign. Alvarez denies the allegations. But quit his job with the New Jersey schools development authority in October when Brennan publicly accused him she went to authorities and officials in Murphy's transition office administration and says little was done her suit seeks to scrap a state policy requiring victim confidentiality, which she says fails victims, it's eight eighteen."