WOR Week in Review

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning:

The New York City Council appears set to override Mayor Adams’ veto of the “How Many Stops” bill, the controversial proposal that requires every interaction between the public and the NYPD to be fully documented, no matter how innocuous or mundane the conversation. Critics starting with the mayor contend police officers will spend far too much time writing reports and not enough time protecting the public. Former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton is another critic of the bill, and he joined Len and Michael this week to explain why.



Len and Michael also talked this week with city councilwoman Vickie Paladino, who represents Queens 19th District, about the controversial 'How Many Stops' legislation. Paladino gave credit to NYC Mayor Eric Adams for vetoing the bill and agrees with Adams saying, "If the bill passes, public safety will suffer." Hear her full interview here.



NJ Transit announced a 15 percent fare increase this week. Commuters were predictably infuriated, and our street reporter Natalie Migliore heard from many of them.



Mark Simone:

Donald Trump beat Nikki Haley handily in the New Hampshire primary this week. So what’s next for the presumptive Republican nominee? CNBC contributor Jake Novak spoke with Mark about it this week.



Why is Nikki Haley staying in the race and why will she get out before the next primary in her home state of South Carolina? Fox News contributor Joe Concha spoke with Mark about those topics and more this week.



The United States still uses fossil fuel for the majority of its energy, so why is there such a push towards electric cars by the Left? Economist Steve Moore joined Mark this week to explain why.


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