#1689: University Police| 51%

December 03, 2021 00:29:14
#1689: University Police| 51%
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#1689: University Police| 51%
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On this week’s 51%, we stop by the swearing in ceremony for Mary Ritayik, the first female police commissioner of the State University of New York. We also check in with Chelly Hegan of Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood following the Supreme Court’s hearing on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.

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