Candidates on Women's Health Rights; Farewell, Soterios; History of National Cemetery

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38th Annual March For Life Winds Through Washington

Coming up on today's show:

  • Greg David, director of the business and economics reporting program at The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and a contributor to Crain's New York Business, talks about the latest preliminary proposal to revive the 421-a tax incentive program for developers: wage subsidies.
  • Mayor de Blasio has proposed moving to zoned pick-ups for commercial garbage collection. David Giambusso reviews what's at stake for NYC's businesses and the private carting industry.
  • Jennifer Haberkorn, senior health care reporter for POLITICO Pro, discusses how both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have changed their stances on abortion throughout the years.
  • Our very own, Soterios Johnson, says goodbye to WNYC by sharing a few stories and taking listener calls.
  • A look at the nation's military cemetery, its history and the politics that have shaped it with Micki McElya, associate professor of history at the University of Connecticut.