|LCA radio shows for February 2: Arbetter has CICU, Immigrant Coalition, CUNY Chancellor Milliken, Manhattan Institute. Dicker has E.J. McMahon.|
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The Capitol Pressroom with Susan Arbetter
Today: Commission on Independent Colleges & Universities in New York Will private, non-profit and independent colleges get the short end of the stick with Gov. Cuomo’s free tuition proposal? We heard from Terri Standish-Kuon, Ph.D., the Vice President for Public Affairs at the Commission on Independent Colleges & Universities in New York, about why her organization fears the governor’s college proposals could limit school choice for college students.
Charlotte Gossett-Navarro More on Pres. Trump’s refugee ban: is the action legal? Is it wise? We heard from Charlotte Gossett-Navarro, The New York Immigration Coalition’s Manager of Regional Advocacy.
CUNY Chancellor James Milliken And CUNY Chancellor James Milliken discussed Gov. Cuomo’s college tuition plan for SUNY and CUNY, as well as CUNY’s strategic framework, which targets access and completion, college readiness, career success and more.
Jim Copland on refugee EO More on Pres. Trump’s refugee ban: is the action legal? Is it wise? James Copland, a Senior Fellow and director of Legal Policy at the Manhattan Institute weighed in first.
Fred Dicker: Live from the State Capitol at 10 a.m.
THURSDAY: CITY JOURNAL CONTRIBUTED EDITOR & FORMER NYPOST EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR BOB MCMANUS: DEMOCRATIC HYSTERIA IN WASHINGTON AND THE BLOWBACK IN NEW YORK. EMPIRE CENTER'S E.J. MCMAHON WITH A "CHECKLIST'' OF WHAT THE LEGISLATURE/CUOMO CAN DO TO MAKE NEW YORK BUSINESS COMPETITIVE. OTHER GUEST TO BE ANNOUNCED.
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