Sewell Chan goes into the history of congestion pricing.
Eliot Spitzer wants to ban flavored cigarettes.
Allegations that a Spitzer aide bullied a Public Service Commission member are being taken seriously.
Pork projects from the state Senate are here.
The Lee Miringoff Television Show has arrived for poll lovers.
Lead Dogg over at Room 8 doesn’t like opinion polls.
State lawmakers from Westchester want to give their schools $20 million more.
Republicans in Queens want to buy back their club.
Senator Frank Lautenberg from New Jersey is more popular.
DMI blog laments the “gutless” Democrats’ handling the foreclosure crisis.
Ben parses the NRA’s quasi-apology for its Protocols of the Elders of Zion-looking cover image of Mike Bloomberg.
The media is in for a scolding in a new PBS documentary about the run-up to the Iraq War.
And above is a clip of Rev. Jesse Jackson reading Rolling Stones lyrics at Al Sharpton’s convention this afternoon.