Comptroller Tom DiNapoli has initiated the process of not paying state senators until they resolve their leadership dispute.
The Post is worried about the effect on separation of power.
The News is happy that its ‘don’t pay the bums’ campaign has worked.
John Sampson has a reticent demeanor.
Michael Bloomberg ripped him Thursday for not acting to reauthorize school governance legislation.
In a story about state senators’ Fourth of July plans, Marty Golden proposes a drinking contest to settle the dispute.
Joe Mesi, the former Democratic candidate for State Senate, resigned Thursday from the patronage job the Democrats had carved out for him.
Representative Charlie Rangel is defending her right to run.
And below, Stachowski talks about why he and other senators should be paid: