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WBFO Brief Nov. 2, 2021

On today’s WBFO Brief, the polls are open and WBFO’s Michael Mroziak is out with the voters. Also Albany correspondent Karen DeWitt looks at the new family leave bill signed into law, and the Arties awards winner are announced to celebrate WNY theater.

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