Elsewhere: Paterson + a Harlem Hospital; Cuomo vs. the Legislature

Andrew Cuomo attacked the Legislature for the second day straight. 

Wayne Barrett notes that Paterson, who declined to bail out St. Vincent’s, is saving a Harlem hospital with many political ties.

The Legislature fired another shot in the executive/legislative budget war.

Harry Wilson wants Tom DiNapoli to hold off on certifying the budget.

Will New York get no-fault divorce after all?

After criticism from Mayor Bloomberg, the city was carved out of a revenue raiser dubbed the “Bloomberg penalty.”

The Senate is planning to stay up till midnight for the budget (the Assembly will not).

Rick Lazio really wants people to view Andrew Cuomo as an Albany insider.

Beau Biden will raise for Chris Heinz.

Three bidders — Genting New York, Penn National, and SL Green/Hard Rock Entertainment/Clairvest Group — are vying for the Aqueduct, Round XXVIII.

That means Delaware North is not making another go at it.

David Paterson said he regrets not running against Cuomo.

Montel Williams was in Albany pushing medical marijuana.

New York Dems want to know how Rick Lazio feels about financial reg. reform.

New York State will have a new commission (to honor the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812).

Some state agencies have not been paying their rent.

And here’s Kirsten Gillibrand testifying in the Senate’s first hearing on the James Zadroga 9/11 act: