Sep 21, 2012 — NY21 Candidates settle on three debates. Governor Andrew Cuomo brings reporters into the Adirondack land debate. Some in Congress look to push through the farm bill after John Boehner annoucement yesterday that it will be delayed until after the November elections.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation looks to calm fears about a toxic waste site in Watertown. A Clarkson researcher looks at the long-term health effects of bullying. Expenses and health risks are major concerns in the hydrofracking debate. Adirondack weekend conditions. And seeking out artist Frederic Remington's Adirondack haunts.