1) Dave Galletly reports on CSEA contract negotiations breaking down with the state. PEF will agree to delay paychecks by four weeks. 2) Brian Shields reports on Manfred Ohrenstein maintaining Senate Minority Leader position and other leadership positions 3) Alan Chartock?s commentary regarding Manfred Ohrenstein and his challenger for Minority Leader. 4) Bruce Robertson reports on Department of Parks and Recreations cut backs. 5) Mike Fondacaro interviews Fred Dicker regarding alleged abuses at the Martin Luther King Institute for Non-Violence. 6) Lee Farbman reports on large increase in state judiciary cases. 7) Fondacaro interviews Lieutenant Governor Stan Lundine regarding labor union contract negotiations. 8) Paul Rosenthal reports on this week?s events in state government.
1) Dave Galletly reports New York?s highest court voted that Manfred Ohrenstein could be prosecuted for hiring no-show workers, but could not for using state payroll to pay campaign workers. 2) Alan Chartock?s commentary on the Ohrenstein case. 3) Karen Dewitt reports on CSEA contract negotiations with the state, layoffs, and furloughs. 4) Bruce Robertson reports on NY business council?s report on public employee union?s historical contract agreements and possibility of freezing state salaries to help solve budget deficit. 5) Brian Shields interviews Lieutenant Governor Stan Lundine regarding union contract negotiations and the budget deficit. 6) Paul Rosenthal reports on this week?s events in state government.
Interview clips from the CSEA 100 Project to commemorate the union's 100th anniversary in 2010. Clips are from interviews with H. Carl McCall, Joseph Persico, Elizabeth Moore, Joe Dolan, Mel Osterman, and Marty Langer.
Marty Langer served as statewide Political Action Chairman. Under Bill McGowan, Langer was director of the Labor Management Committee and went on to be the consultant for CSEA's Mental Hygiene Group. The interview took place in July 2001