Elsewhere: Parking Tickets, Juror 9, Reform

A business associate of graffiti advocate Marc Ecko was busted. For graffiti.

The head of the NRA is going to attend Rudy Giuliani’s fund-raiser.

The state comptroller thinks the governor’s spending plan is unsustainable.

Bill Hammond looks at which lawmakers are tilting towards 1199.

The head of the state lobbying commission called the Times to say his mid-day trip to play curling is no more outrageous than going to an AIDS charity walk, or to church.

ReformNY is surprised that fixing Albany is considered fodder for presidential talk.

Albany Reform is the name of the party line that an Republican-backed Assembly candidate on Staten Island hopes to use.

But he may have some residency issues.

Ben wants Rock Hackshaw to be his City Councilman.

Barack Obama had unpaid parking tickets. Scandal quickly averted.

Juror Number 9 offers an exclusive, inside look at the Scooter Libby trial.

And above is my footage from a City Council hearing yesterday.

– Azi Paybarah