City Council Budget; Backfilling Charters; Ukraine Conflict; Losing Faith

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Students at Brooklyn Prospect Charter's middle and high school campus.

Thousands of seats in higher grades go unfilled in charter schools. Capital New York reporter Eliza Shapiro and Princess Lyles, the executive director of Democracy Builders, discuss a new bill that would require charters to fill the empty spots. Plus: City Council member Julissa Ferreras discusses the council's response to the mayor's budget; the EU files an antitrust lawsuit against Google; historical context on the Russia/Ukraine conflict and one person's story about losing faith, and family.