Coming up this evening on Capital Tonight
- The lastest Siena Research Poll shows that a majority of New Yorkers support giving Attorney General Eric Schneiderman the power to investigate other instances of police brutality. But when it comes to hydrofracking, people are split. Siena pollster Steve Greenberg joins us to discuss.
- Also, the business community is not impressed with the state’s reasoning for not allowing hydrofracking in New York. Ken Pokalsky of the NYS Business Council joins us to explain.
- Plus, Cuomo created an open space conservation plan but advocates say the funding for the plan is not there. Jessica Ottney Mahar and Erik Kulleseid will be in studio to talk more about this.
- And, Reporter Roundtable will discuss casinos, fracking, education issues and more.
- Following Police Deaths, Cuomo Calls For Calm
- The Weekend That Was
- Cuomo Directs Flags At Half-Staff for Fallen NYPD Officers
- Cuomo: ‘We’re Going To Be There’ For The S. Tier
- Business Council Reacts to Fracking and Casino Decisions
- Reporter Roundtable
- Siena Poll: New Yorkers Split on Fracking Pre-Ban
- Open Space Conservation Plan in Need of Funding
- Silver Accepts Harassment Findings Against Kellner