—Katherine Franke, Professor of law and Director of the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law at Columbia, on The Brian Lehrer Show.
— Nicole Gelinas, contributing editor of the Manhattan Institute's City Journal and author of After the Fall: Saving Capitalism from Wall Street and Washington, on The Brian Lehrer Show.
There was a sense that no one was really running state government, you had Sheldon Silver, the longest serving legislative leader, who many people considered the most powerful man in Albany, and now, after six months, it's clearly Andrew Cuomo.
—New York Observer Political Reporter Azi Paybarah, on The Brian Lehrer Show.
— César Gaviria, former president of Colombia and a commissioner on the Global Commission on Drug Policy, on The Brian Lehrer Show.
— WNYC's Bob Hennelly on The Brian Lehrer Show.
It's not over with yet, it's a very fluid situation. But clearly, to effectively implement a tax cap without destroying community college participation, or long term home health care programs, nursing homes, tourism, water, sewer, economic development projects, road patrol, infrastructure—they need to get this mandate relief.
— Stephen Acquario, Executive Director of the New York State Association of Counties, on The Brian Lehrer Show.
— Former New Jersey governor and EPA administrator Christine Todd Whitman on The Brian Lehrer Show.