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What’s The Damage?

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Monday, October 06, 2008

Governor Paterson has called a special session to discuss the state’s potential $1.2 billion budget shortfall. Assemblywoman Deborah Glick (D-66th) explains what the Wall Street crisis means for New York. And, who exactly who is middle class anyway? This week's Wiki-produced 30 Issues in 30 Days segment is on Oil and Alternative Energy.
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Deborah Glick

What's the Damage?

Gov. Paterson has called a special legislative session to deal with the financial crisis fallout. Deborah Glick, New York State Assemblymember (D-66th), talks about upcoming session.

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Term Limits Unlimited

As the city council takes up the question of extending term limits, Joyce Purnick, long-time New York Times political writer, looks at their options.

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The Answer is Still No

Scott Garrett, U.S. Congressman (NJ-5th), talks about why he voted no -again - on the bailout proposal.

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Winking Intentions

Hara Estroff Marano, editor at large for Psychology Today talks about what people are supposed to infer from the body language of winking.

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30 Issues: The Tax Code

How much money in taxes will you pay under a John McCain or Barack Obama administration? Clint Stretch, managing principal of tax policy for Deloitte Tax, has crunched the numbers.

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John R. Talbott, author of Obamanomics: How Bottom-Up Economic Prosperity Will Replace Trickle-Down Economics ...

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