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Each week, Jack provides insight for the week ahead with a look back into what happened in New York government the week before. Each Memo is posted here, but get it first when you subscribe.

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Monday Morning Memo – May 23

Good Morning from Buffalo, New York... The domestic terrorist’s racist attack on Black Buffalonians continued to resonate this week, drawing President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden to Buffalo. Here, again, are the victims: Ruth Whitfield, 86 Roberta Drury,...

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Monday Morning Memo – May 16

A very somber feeling after the mass shooting at Tops on Jefferson Avenue in #Buffalo. Good Morning from Buffalo, New York... With our friends and neighbors, we are searching for signs of hope after this weekend’s unspeakable act of evil. We also stand with so many in...

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Monday Morning Memo – May 9

In Foley Square, ready to fight for reproductive rights. Good Morning from Bath, New York... The United States Senate finished voting on “motions to instruct" for Conference Committee conferees on the United States Innovation and Competition Act/America COMPETES Act...

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Monday Morning Memo – May 2

Good Morning from Steuben County...   Wow. In a state known for the unusual, bizarre, and unexpected, the ruling by the New York State Court of Appeals to throw out New York’s Congressional lines was a BFD made bigger by the Court’s startling decision to also negate...

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Monday Morning Memo – April 25

Governor Hochul Releases First TV Ads of the 2022 Campaign Good Morning from Washington D.C....   Congress returns from their Easter recess today with plenty to do. One major item is Conference Committee negotiations to align the House and Senate versions of “China...

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Monday Morning Memo – April 18

   NY Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin Resigns After Arrest in Federal Probe Good Morning from Buffalo, the Dyngus Day Capital of the World... Congress is on recess and Senators and Representatives are back in their districts until next Monday, April 25th....

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