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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 – Sept. 28

Good Morning from Washington, D.C., With just over one month until Election Day, the federal fiscal year ending tomorrow, and lightning quick confirmation hearings on President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee on tap, all eyes are on Washington D.C. in what will...

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Monday Morning Memo – Sept. 21

Good Morning from Washington, D.C., Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday at 87. Ginsburg’s career on the nation's highest court spanned 27 years. An architect of the legal fight for Women's Rights in the 1970s, she became one of the Supreme Court’s...

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Monday Morning Memo – Sept. 14

Good Morning from Washington, D.C., The Senate GOP’s $500 billion “skinny” coronavirus relief bill failed on the floor last Thursday. The 53-47 vote, largely along party lines, fell short of the 60 votes Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell needed to advance,...

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Monday Morning Memo – Sept. 8

Good Morning from Washington, D.C., There are just 55 days until Election Day, and 11 days of Congressional Legislative Session before the end of the Federal Fiscal Year on September 30th when the country faces a fiscal cliff and possible government shutdown amidst...

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Monday Morning Memo – August 31

Good Morning from Washington, D.C., With national conventions over, the political chessboard is set for the Fall. Jack O'Donnell appeared on Spectrum's Capital Tonight to discuss the Republican National Convention on Monday night. The first Presidential debate is...

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Monday Morning Memo – August 24

Good Morning from Washington, D.C., House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) called the chamber back to Washington on Saturday in a rare move during the August recess to force vote on a bill that would provide $25 billion to the U.S. Postal Service and prohibit any...

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