Power & Politics: Curran’s 2022 budget; How is Gov. Hochul doing in the polls?

A new budget was unveiled this week along with dueling plans to put money back in the pockets of residents. What will it mean for you?

News 12 Staff

Sep 19, 2021, 5:11 PM

Updated 939 days ago

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An election is on the horizon, and Republicans and Democrats in Nassau trying to score points with voters.
Also, a new budget was unveiled this week along with dueling plans to put money back in the pockets of residents. What will it mean for you?
News 12 speaks with Republican County Legislator Steve Rhoads and Siena College pollster Steven Greenberg.


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