New York started seeing action on some of the governor's State of the State proposals before he even gave the speech. One of the proposals announced in December was a plan to sue if the federal Environmental Protection Agency issued a certification of completion for General Electric's dredging of the Hudson River. Earlier this month, the EPA announced it was delaying a decision and continuing to review the situation. But plenty still remains on the administration's environmental agenda for 2018. Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos joins us to discuss.
State environmental matters in 2018
By Capital Tonight Staff | January 11, 2018 @7:36 PM