Cuomo heads to governors’ meeting in Utah
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Andrew Cuomo is heading to Utah for a meeting of the nation’s governors.
New York’s chief executive left Thursday for the brief trip to Salt Lake City, host to the 2019 National Governors Association summer meeting.
Cuomo, a Democrat, plans to participate in conference events on Friday before returning to New York later that night.
Now in his third term as New York’s governor, Cuomo takes over this month as the association’s vice chairman.
The NGA is the voice of America’s state and territorial governors in Washington D.C. and serves as a way for officials to share ideas.
The agenda for this year’s summer meeting includes discussions about human trafficking, road safety, early learning and outdoor recreation.