Brodsky: Spitzer's Lottery Plan 'Not a Good Idea'

Here’s Assemblyman Richard Brodsky of Westchester talking about Eliot Spitzer’s plan to basically sell future proceeds from the state lottery in order to create an endowment to help fund the S.U.N.Y. system.

“If the point of it is to create a revenue stream, we have a revenue stream. It’s called the lottery proceeds,” Brodsky told me right before the State of the State yesterday.

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