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WBFO Brief May 14, 2021

The quote of the morning in today’s WBFO Brief comes from Gov. Andrew Cuomo who said yesterday “Harassment is not making someone feeling uncomfortable,” triggering a debate over sexual harassment and his alleged actions toward women. Also, hear Albany Correspondent Karen DeWitt on how often the governor is talking badly about Attorney General Tish James and her investigation into him.

Today you can also hear from Ontario Premier Doug Ford, who now says the province-wide stay-at-home order will remain in effect until June 2. And if it’s Friday, it’s Theater Talk with Anthony and Peter chatting this morning with Gabriella (Gabby) McKinley, a Buffalo-area actor and college student who will receive the Buffalo State President’s Medal for Outstanding Undergraduate Student.

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