Governor Cuomo's 2020 State Of The State Address Yields Mixed Reactions

Governor Cuomo laid out his vision for New York's future during his State of the State address.

During Wednesday's speech in Albany, the governor discussed several initiatives including legalizing recreational marijuana, improving health care and tax cuts for both the middle class and small businesses. He only briefly mentioned the state's six-billion dollar budget gap, the largest the state has seen in years. Democrats supported the governor's speech, while Republicans criticized him for not mentioning potential changes to the state's controversial bail reform laws. Dave heard reactions from Onondaga County Republican Chair Tom Dadey, Assemblymember Pam Hunter, and MACNY President Randy Wolken.

President Trump delivered his first remarks after Iran attacked a US base in Iraq on Wednesday morning. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer had the latest on what could happen next with US relations in the Middle East.

And Lockheed Martin will be holding a job fair at Destiny USA Thursday afternoon at Destiny USA. Senior Manager Aaron Luke spoke with Dave about who they'd like to fill the nearly 100 open positions at their facilities in both CNY and the Southern Tier.

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