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Undocumented immigrants in New York will be able to legally get a driver’s license starting this month. Connecticut has had this law on the books for several years now, and some say it has made the roads safer. Meanwhile, a new Long Island cybersecurity center needs workers qualified to take on cybersecurity jobs. We'll discuss both topics with guests:

Retail Economics

Nov 27, 2019
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Retail experts predict big box stores will be inundated by Black Friday shoppers this week, but will shoppers choose online stores instead? We’ll discuss what brick-and-mortar stores and malls are doing to get people in the door, with guests:

Dealing With The Holidays

Nov 26, 2019
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The days are shorter and colder, and some residents just don’t feel right. Medical professionals say it might be seasonal affective disorder. And for some, the holiday season makes it worse. We'll talk about coping with the holiday season, with guests:

Hunger In Our Neighborhoods

Nov 25, 2019
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Food banks and pantries will help thousands of residents from Connecticut and Long Island with donations this Thanksgiving. We’ll talk about why they need more contributions and volunteers to help people who struggle to eat during the holidays, as well as the rest of the year. Our guests:

Week In Review: November 22, 2019

Nov 22, 2019
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A Newsday investigation alleges widespread racial discrimination by real estate agents on Long Island. There are now four transportation infrastructure funding proposals on the table in Connecticut…some with tolls, some without. Connecticut Congressman Jim Himes plays a part in the House impeachment hearings. We’ll talk about these stories and more, with guests: