New York's New Power Balance Leaves GOP Leaders Raising The Idea Of Secession

February 29, 2020 - 7:01am EST
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For the first time in state history, black Democratic politicians hold much of the power in Albany. Their agenda is sending shock waves through conservative white communities in upstate New York.

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