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New York is ending religious exemptions for vaccines
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Episode 4 (Rachael Fauss/Reinvent Albany)
Rachael Fauss, Senior Research Analyst at Reinvent Albany, discusses "Open MTA," the good governance group's call for MTA reform and accountability. Fauss discusses the report, which details how Andrew Cuomo and the state government could overhaul the way the MTA is governed and improve the reliability of transit service. New York doesn't have to reinvent the transit wheel; it just need better accountability and governance guiding it.
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New York State of Crime: Three Men in a Room | 1
In 2006 Eliot Spitzer is elected governor on a promise to tackle corruption in the most dysfunctional state capital in the country--Albany, NY. He is quickly challenged by one of the most powerful men in the state. Will the governor change Albany or will Albany change him?Support us by supporting our sponsors!Brooklinen - Get $20 off your order and free shipping when you use promo code AS at brooklinen.comQuip - Get your first refill pack free when you buy a toothbrush at getquip.com/as
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419: Petty Tyrant
In Schenectady, New York, a school maintenance man named Steve Raucci works his way up the ranks for 30 years, until finally he's in charge of the maintenance department. That's when he starts messing with his employees. Teasing them at meetings. Punishing them with crummy work assignments. Or worse things, like secretly slashing their tires in the middle of the night. Ten years after his arrest, Steve Raucci broke his silence and gave an interview to Paul Nelson at the Times Union in Albany.
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