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Top Story: Aubertine and Griffo hope for reform in state Senate

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It was a quiet weekend in Albany. The first since a Republican-led coup on June 8th left the state Senate evenly split and unable to pass crucial bills on local budgets and jobs. The rancor that came to characterize daily "extraordinary sessions"--and the entire month-long standoff--ended when dissident Democrat Pedro Espada rejoined his party. Now, as Jonathan Brown reports, Senators on both sides of the aisle are hoping to see something good come from the past month of political infighting.

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