Yassky, F.O.I.A. and the Press

David Yassky (jokingly?) suggests that reporters should be subject to Freedom of Information Law requests, just like elected officials. Why? Because it would be educational to the public, and so he can to see the stockpile of embarrassing footage of his colleagues.

UPDATE: Yassky just called to tell us: he’s definitely joking! “I was trying to be humorous, but I guess I’m no Simcha Felder,” Yassky said, referring to his comedic comptroller rival.

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