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Moreland Commission Sets Meetings

CBS6 Staff
ALBANY--The state wants your thoughts on how to better curb corruption.
Earlier this month, Governor Cuomo unveiled his Moreland Commission, a board which will oversee state lawmakers.
The Governor assembled the crew after the legislature failed to pass an anti-corruption bill.
The commission is empowered to question, investigate and even recommend punishment for lawmakers suspected of breaking the law.
The commission announced today that it will hold three public hearings across the state, one of which will be here in the Capital Region.
That local hearing is set for September 24th at 6 pm.
Doors open at 5.
It will be in the Crossings of Colonie meeting room at 580 Albany Shaker Road in Loudonville.
Those unable to attend can still share their thoughts online by clicking here.