A More or Less Perfect Union: Classroom Materials
| April 22, 2020
A More or Less Perfect Union: A Personal Exploration by Judge Douglas Ginsburg
Explore the document that governs those who govern us, delving into past, present and future struggles for liberty through the lens of the U.S. Constitution. Hosted by Douglas H. Ginsburg, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
Classroom-friendly short videos from this series are available on
Governor Cuomo's daily coronavirus briefing can be seen on a viewer below. Also below are recordings of most of the governor's other coronavirus daily briefings. The timing of each day's briefing is set that morning and is posted here. They are also broadcast live on WSKG radio. (TOP PLAYER ACTIVE ONLY DURING LIVE BRIEFING)
Video provided by the Office of the Governor of New York.
ALBANY, NY (WSKG) - Memorial Day weekend begins with beaches around the state opening up and other tentative steps to restart the economy. In his daily coronavirus briefing Thursday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the reopenings can be done safely if people follow the rules.
Officials in New York City say they plan to deliver more than a million free meals a day beginning next week. The number of people going hungry in the five boroughs has risen sharply during the COVID-19 pandemic.
VESTAL, NY (WSKG) - Binghamton-area State Senator Fred Akshar is endorsing Joe Angelino in the race for New York's 122 Assembly District, which covers parts of Otsego, Delaware, Broome and Chenango Counties. That seat is currently held by Republican Cliff Crouch, who’s retiring at the end of the year.
SYRACUSE, NY (WRVO) - New York will allow religious gatherings of up to 10 people starting Thursday, but that size restriction makes it unlikely many services will get underway. Pastor Darren Jaime of the People's A.M.E Zion Church in Syracuse isn't aware of any parishes that would fit the size requirement.
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