Down in the polls, David Paterson proposes a spending cap.
(More than half the voters surveyed said they would rather see Eliot Spitzer as governor.)
Two more Democratic state senators sign on to an M.T.A. bailout deal.
It’s not clear that the new framework, while passable in the senate, is palatable to Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver or David Paterson.
Paterson said a plan, at this point, need not address the capital needs of the M.T.A.
This is a reversal, and Bill Hammond says the governor is like Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.
No capital funding means failure, the Daily News says.
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