Morning Read: Vetoes, Vito

The Post has a nice photo of the 6,700 vetoes being delivered.

The vetoes mean lots of cuts for non-profits–including more than half a million dollars that won’t go to Vito Lopez’s Ridgewood-Bushwick Senior Citizens Council.

The court reporting business owned by Steve Levy’s wife has gotten a lot of work from businesses who received county contracts.

Andrew Cuomo is headed to Syracuse for work–and a fundraiser.

Consultants made a lot of money off the now-defunct rescue plan for the O.T.B.

More Vito news: Jumaane Williams, Tish James and Diana Reyna are backing upstart Lincoln Restler for district leader over Mr. Lopez’s preferred candidate.

John Catsimatidis wrote a strongly-worded defense of his soon-to-be-son-in-law Chris Cox, and told the Suffolk County Chair to “butt out” of the race.

The Washington Post checks in on the 14th District, and says Reshma Saujani is positioning herself as the “anti-Maloney, the only candidate who understands how stressful and difficult the past few years have been for some of the wealthiest people in America.”

Azi has video of Charlie Rangel talking about ending the War in Afghanistan yesterday.

A judge has thrown out two bid-rigging convictions that date back to Eliot Spitzer’s attack on the insurance industry.

The Daily News tried to get Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor to talk about Lindsay Lohan, but she wouldn’t bite. (She does, however, tip 30 percent at her favorite Chinese restaurant.)

David Paterson weighs in on tonight’s Lebron James’ special.