Albany, NY – A judge has dismissed the complaints of Democratic Senators against the leaders of a Republican dominated coup in the State Senate, but the Senate remains grid locked. Both sides are claiming victory, and neither faction is willing to compromise.
Oswego, NY – A NY judge dismisses a case to settle the power dispute in Albany, the state Senate is still gridlocked. Democrats offered power sharing deals with Republicans. A coalition of Syracuse area progressive groups is calling for mayoral candidates to respond to a series of questions on reform topics.
Oswego, NY – More on the state Senate impasse. President of the Onondaga Medical Society responds to President Obama's speech to the AMA. Syracuse Center of Excellence funding green projects. The state labor department has provides job skill training dollars.
Albany, NY – The second week of turmoil began for the New York State Senate, with yet another change of allegiance from a renegade Democrat, leaving the chamber split in a 31-31 tie. Both sides now say they are looking to a State Supreme court judge to resolve the impasse. WRVO's Karen DeWitt looks at the day's events.
Albany, NY – State Senate Democrats appear to be united, although leadership of the senate remains unclear. The senate is now split 31 to 31.
Listen to the latest news conference held by Senate Leader Malcolm Smith, new Senate Conference Leader, John Sampson of Brooklyn, Senator Jeff Klein of the Bronx and Senator Hiram Monserrate of Queens.