Roundup: Sheldon Silver's Wrestling Teammate is Andrew Cuomo

State Budget: Skelos and Silver offer some details. [Jimmy Vielkind]

Libya: “[T]he Democratic president echoed the language of his Republican predecessor.” [Michael Shear]

Libya: A Kos blogger ties Obama’s argument for action in Libya to the health care debate. [nyceve]

Obama in NYC: “Brilliant sun shone down on the baseball fields where the helicopters landed and kicked up dirt on the infield. The POTUS walked across the infield to the waiting limousine.” [Celeste Katz]

Strategy: Schumer caught saying, “I always use the word extreme…That is what the caucus instructed me to use this week.” [Jennifer Steinhauer]

Mergers: Schneiderman investigating At&T’s acquisition of T-Mobile. [Market Watch]

Census: Proof of an undercount. [Liz Benjamin]

State Budget: The bills that were printed so far. [Casey Seiler]

State Budget: “The Cuomo budget, which was negotiated in secret, is a virtual war on the middle class, working people, and the poor,” writes Alan Singer, a social studies educator from Hofstra University. [HuffPo]

State Budget: Silver says he worked with Cuomo, not defeated by him. “it’s probably more like a tag team. Democrats against Republicans.” [NY1]

State Budget: Former Assemblyman defends Assembly Speaker. [Liz Benjamin]

State Budget: “The mayor got little of what he asked for.” [Erik Engquist and Jeremy Smerd]

State Budget: ” ‘I am not here to talk about the governor’s budget,’ Ms. Lee said, smiling, as she cut off a reporter’s question about the budget. ‘Thank you.’ ” [Ashley Parker and Thomas Kaplan]

Housing: Christine Quinn explains a fascinating program to turn empty condos into affordable units. [WNYC]

Refunds: “U.S. Rep. Bill Owens, D-Plattsburgh, recently returned about $230,000 of his 2010 congressional office budget to the U.S. Treasury to help pay down the national debt.” [Maury Thompson]

Scandals: Editors say prosecutor and Levy need to disclose what’s going on. “Something strange and sleazy is going on in Suffolk County.” [New York Times]

Tickets: Weiner got $2,000 worth of them, in DC. [Geoff Earle]

Green Taxis: A Kos blogger likes the Gillibrand-Nadler bill, but doubt’s it’ll go anywhere. [Mets102]

White Plains: Meet the mayoral candidates. [Nick Reisman]

Covering Congress: CNN “likely” to tap Kate Bolduan. [FishbowlDC]

Media: Dick Brenan featured in Inner Circle. [Fox News]

Media: New York Times gets the name of one of its own blogs wrong. [FishbowlNY]

Paywall: McGeveran doesn’t like Keller’s explanation; provides his own. [Capital New York]

Bloggers: NYT’s profile of “Juicebox Mafia” wasn’t very diverse. “Not surprisingly, they were largely white and all male.” [Sarah Seltzer]

The RIght: Palin, losing O’Reilly. [Mediaite]

Pictures: Sandra Lee, at Grand Central. [City Room]