Gov. Kathy Hochul, Cuomo's Out, Eviction Moratorium Deadline
On this week's edition of New York NOW: Gov. Kathy Hochul is sworn into office as the 57th governor of the state of New York and the first woman to serve in the role — and she's picked a lieutenant governor.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo leaves office, but it doesn't look like he's going quietly.
Zach Williams from City & State and Kate Lisa from Johnson Newspapers are here to discuss that and the other news of the week.
New York's eviction moratorium is about to expire, and with action from the state, stakeholders are warning of a major homelessness crisis.
Former New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, who now heads WIN, a homelessness services provider, joins us to discuss what she thinks should happen, and what's next.
And the Delta variant continues to spread around New York. Darrell Camp talks to an infectious disease expert.
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