Sweeney renews call to eliminate Schools Development Authority

For the past several months, controversy has surrounded two state agencies — the Economic Development Authority and the Schools Development Authority. On Tuesday, the Murphy administration fired 30 employees at the SDA and released three reports detailing the agency’s flawed hiring practices.

Senate President Steve Sweeney sat down with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron to renew his call to dissolve the SDA and roll it into the EDA. Sweeney also previewed what’s in store for the first meeting of the Senate panel examining the state’s tax incentives.

Watch the second part of Aron’s interview with Sweeney here.