Morning Read: Stripper Tax, Bloomberg’s Operation, Islip’s Change

Eric Holder will speak at Columbia on May 19.
Here’s a “Free Madoff” sign I saw in Williamsburg yesterday.
Sheldon Silver has a column in the Daily News advocating reform of the Rockefeller Drug laws, which has passed the Assembly but not the Senate.
“Kirsten has inspired the band to get back together,” said one of Hillary Clinton’s former spokeswomen.
Gillibrand is the new Chuck Schumer, says Jay DeDapper.
Tom Robbins looks at how Michael Bloomberg financed activities by Patrick Brennan, Taharka Robinson and others in order to help Republicans in the Senate.
Michael Bloomberg will announce that the priorities for stimulus funding are the Brooklyn Bridge, Staten Island Ferry Terminal, and to improve infrastructure at Hunts Point in the Bronx.

Morning Read: Stripper Tax, Bloomberg’s Operation, Islip’s Change