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WBFO Brief May 28, 2021

Sexual harassment and abuse are the focus of two bills in the state legislature, one taking aim at loopholes for personal staff of government officials. The days are numbered for the Tonawanda Coke towers, and there's a new path for the potential demise of the Skyway using federal infrastructure funding. The public has a new way to access Niagara Falls State Park and ECC tuition remains flat for next year. We take a look at the impact of protests of George Floyd's killing one year later, and Theater Talk hosts a very special guest.

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