State lawmakers have until the end of the month to reach agreement on the budget. Meanwhile, the trial of the former top aide to Governor Cuomo, Joe Percoco, continues as the jury deliberates his fate. This trial has revealed the easy access that big campaign contributors can gain to administration officials like Percoco. But, how much of that is illegal under current state law, and what happens if Percoco is found not guilty? Will anything change? Blair Horner, Executive Director of NYPIRG, joins us to discuss.
Reform being ignored amid corruption trials
PUBLISHED March 5, 2018 @8:21 PM