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WBFO Brief March 24, 2023

On today's WBFO Brief:

  • What are the origins of the advertisements backing Gov. Kathy Hochul's budget plan?
  • Minority Republicans in the State Assembly want reforms to the "Raise the Age" policy.
  • Anthony Chase and Peter Hall give you Theater Talk.
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  • Governor Kathy Hochul continued her push to try to regulate social media companies and how they use algorithms that negatively affect what children see in their feeds.
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