Aug 3, 2023
The migrant crisis has been at the center of almost every political discussion in New York City for over a year. As the wave of new arrivals shows no signs of slowing down, Mayor Eric Adams says the city needs federal help because its resources are stretched beyond their limits. Public Advocate Jumaane Williams recently took a trip to the White House hoping to obtain assistance. He joined NY1’s Errol Louis to discuss his meeting and what he hopes will happen in the future.
They also touched on Adams’ recent clash with the City Council over housing vouchers, his views on congestion pricing and what to do about the problems that continue to plague Rikers Island.
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