ALBANY—I spoke with Republican State Senator George Winner, who, before he was elected to the Senate, served in the State Assembly's minority conference for more than 25 years.
In November, I asked Winner about the prospect of being again in the minority: "If I end up in the minority, it's as though I escaped after 26 years and they caught me," he said. "I don't really want to have to remember."
Now that the State Senate has officially flipped, I asked Winner for his thoughts on life in the minority, and whether it will be easier for the Republicans than it was for the Democrats:
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