Oswego, NY – Mark Barie and Joanne Wilder, two upstate leaders of the Tea Party movement, share what motivates them and their members, how their activism is likely to affect the upcoming congressional elections, and where the movement is headed in the future.
Oswego, NY – In this week's Campbell Conversation, Grant Reeher speaks with Mark Barie and Joanne Wilder, organizers of the Tea Party movement. We'll speak with SUNY Cortland political science professor Robert Spitzer on the week's news in Albany. We'll tell you why you might want to think again when someone comes to your door offering savings. That and much more on WRVO's Weekly Edition.
Oswego, NY – Health officials are joining AIDS activists to address a recent spike in HIV cases in Central New York.
Onondaga County Health Commissioner, Dr. Cynthia Morrow said there have been nine newly diagnosed cases of HIV in her county in the past four months. All of the recent cases involve young gay men. Officials point out there is no indication the men knew each other.
Albany, NY – State lawmakers, on their first full day back at the Capitol after a nearly week and half vacation, appear no closer to a budget agreement than they did before their break. Governor Paterson plans to issue another two week spending extender to keep the state operating.