The state troopers Police Benevolent Association is asking for more funding for the agency following last week's terrorist attack in Manhattan. Specifically, the union wants to see 500 more troopers on patrol and the school resource program brought back.  As you may recall, after Governor Cuomo increased the number of troopers in New York City there were complaints about the force being spread too thin. And now it seems likely the troopers will be staying in the city. PBA president Thomas Mungeer joins us to discuss.