Cuomo adviser Jeffrey Sachs is also on the health industry’s payroll.
A high Securities and Exchange Commission official also invested heavily in Bernie Madoff, according to a Daily News investigation.
Cuomo has taken a step back from his tough-on-banks reputation, diluting the power of his proposed financial enforcement authority.
The new filibuster? Senate Democrats in Indiana employed the Wisconsin strategy, fleeing the statehouse to avoid legislation that would hurt municipal unions.
Senate Democrats spent tens of thousands on legal help to block subpoenas for information on their role in the
Automatic wage increases built into public employees contracts will nix Cuomo’s push for a wage freeze.
Chris Christie unveiled his austerity budget, and said other governors are copying his calls to cut back costs.
The Times urges Albany to get behind Cuomo’s redistricting reform proposal.
Supporters and opponents of Rep. Peter King’s Muslim radicalization hearings clashed outside the Congressman’s office.
Bloomberg’s budget would slice funding from the public advocate and the borough president, and some people see a power play.
Education advocates and left-leaning lawmakers continute to push for an income tax surcharge on the wealthy.
Tom Golisano, the recently abdicated owner of the Buffalo Sabres, is leading a national push to reform the Electoral College.
The city has begun soliciting bids for contracts to replace old light fixtures at schools, which may contain PCB.
Albany mayor Jerry Jennings continues to push for tax-free financing for a charter school, defying the city’s economic development panel.
Carl Paladino has backed Jane Corwin, the GOP’s pick for Chris Lee’s seat.
Forget about the Pope visiting Albany: a Vatican adviser said Cuomo should be denied communion because Cuomo and girlfriend Sandra Lee are living in sin.