Pete Donahue, New York Daily News transportation reporter and New York Assemblyman Richard Brodsky, (D-Greenburgh), chairman of the Assembly Committee on Corporations, Commissions and Authorities, talk about the resignation of MTA head Lee Sander.
New York State Governor David Paterson talks about the deal to rescue insurance giant AIG from bankruptcy. New York State Assemblyman Richard Brodsky says the new Yankees Stadium was built with a lot of public money—without a lot of public benefit. And: writer/philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy on why he thinks the ...
The deadline for federal funding for congestion pricing is today, and Mayor Bloomberg's plan seems to have stalled in Albany. But Governor Spitzer's office has a tentative proposal that could possibly be approved. Assemblyman Richard Brodsky (D-Westchester) and New York 1 political director Bob Hardt discuss the latest proposal.
New York State Senator Dean Skelos, Assemblyman Richard Brodsky, and Capitol Bureau Chief for New York State Public Radio Karen DeWitt talk about the latest developments with congestion pricing and the substance behind the Spitzer-Bruno spat.
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