The budget season officially kicked off this week with Gov. Kathy Hochul revealing her $233 billion spending plan for New York, which includes her committment to address an influx of asylum seekers, slower growth in school aid, and a lot of Medicaid money.

We talk about the underrated and overrated aspects of the proposal, as well as the potential stumbling blocks with the state legislature, with Freeman Klopott, a vice president with Marino, and Patrick Orecki, director of state studies for the Citizens Budget Commission.


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