Morning Read: Cuomo’s Casinos; Lancman Relishing; Giuliani and The Super PAC

Genting asked Governor Cuomo to endorse a convention center/casino proposal at a campaign fundraiser.

The Daily News said Cuomo should be more careful but otherwise had his back.

New York Magazine? Not so much.

Susan Lerner criticized the status of the Committee to Save New York and similar organizations.

A spokesman for Grace Meng: “While Rory Lancman was busy relishing in his self-promotion…”

How will the Latino vote affect various congressional contests in the city?

Students at Stuyvesant High School celebrate “Slutty Wednesday.”

Big Gulp drinks are safe from the city’s new soda ban.

The city’s policies are squeezing food carts.

Eric Schneiderman pushed his prescription drug proposal on Inside City Hall.

The bill means a lot to Schneiderman.

Liz Krueger discussed her Justin Wagner endorsement on Capital Tonight.

Not everyone was impressed with Nan Hayworth’s handling of the “acid hurling” controversy.

Hakeem Jeffries doesn’t want the support of a pro-charter school independent expenditure.

Those in need of an outer borough taxi transportation system will just have to wait.

Headline: “The Lessons of Pineapplegate”

Mayor Bloomberg’s GOP-turned-Independent mayoral candidate lost in San Diego Tuesday.

The New York Times looked at Mitt Romney’s home near San Diego.

A guide for how Bill Pascrell won a dominating victory.

A federal judge blocked some of the Obama administration’s indefinite detention policies.

The Daily Newsthe Post and the Times mused on the Wisconsin vote’s meaning in New York.

Rudy Giuliani might be teaming up with Sheldon Adelson for Super PAC efforts.

Maxine Waters’ ethics inquiry will resume.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz hasn’t been the best surrogate on the Democrat’s Wisconsin loss.

Marc Anthony has President Obama’s back.

Obama raised $60 million in May.