Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb weighed in the special session and more. Sen. Brad Hoylman (D – Manhattan) explained his T.R.U.M.P legislation (Tax Reforms Universally Made Public). We heard from Onondaga Nation Attorney Joe Heath on criminal charges brought in Standing Rock—58 felonies and 949 misdemeanors. He will also explain what the army corps’ Dec. 4th announcement not granting an easement for now means. And Bill Ferris AARP’s Legislative Representative,and Donna Nichols, executive director of the Moreau Community Center, shared the results of a survey gauging the business community’s support of a state-facilitated workplace retirement savings plan.