Episode 1768: Senator Files Suit Over Hector LaSalle
Tensions in the State Senate are still running high over the Hector LaSalle nomination, and now one state senator is filing suit to force a vote on Governor Kathy Hochul’s pick for chief judge.
Then, over in the State Assembly, a recent rules change would curtail the ability of the Assembly Minority to force consideration of legislation.
Pulling out of the innerworkings of Albany, we’ll look at some of the real impacts of public policy, particularly the problem with commercial pot.
Next, we’ll peek at two stories out of NYC. One involves Mayor Eric Adams and the impact an influx of migrants is having on his city. The second highlights a NYC councilmember’s effort to direct some public dollars toward a pro-life pregnancy center.
Let’s get started.