The Morning Read: Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Eliot Spitzer could face as many as four investigations, tying up his top aides for some time.

Spitzer rejected an effort by Republicans to have Andrew Cuomo investigate the governor’s top aides.

Some legal experts say it was the right call.

Mario Cuomo says Spitzer should answer questions under oath.

Rudy Giuliani, too, wants Spitzer to answer questions.

Acting state police superintendent Preston Felton’s role in collecting information to be used against Joe Bruno has tainted his legacy.

Giuliani unveils his health care plan, and attacks Hillary Clinton and Michael Moore in the process.

The Post-Standard editorial board says not to forget Joe Bruno’s questionable use of a state aircraft.

And David Yepsen thinks the fight between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama benefits the other Democrats in the race.