Morning Read: Don’t Call Him Seabrook; Cuomo’s Decisions; Clinton’s Apology

Eric Schneiderman gave the keynote address at Netroots Nation.

President Obama will be visiting Ground Zero next week, flanked by Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Cuomo.

You can call Larry Seabrook many things, but not “Seabrook” in court.

Jon Stewart made fun of Dean Skelos on pot, as well as the soda ban.

Elizabeth Crowley said Rory Lancman will raise taxes on the middle class.

“He’s dead to us,” one Obama administration official said about Cory Booker.

Nydia Velázquez has multiple new mailers out.

The Liberal Party endorsed Adriano Espaillat.

Cuomo has created a rift among labor interests in New York.

And he’s weighing location options for a new casino in the city, possibly on the West Side.

He was listed among City & State‘s weekly losers.

The Committee to Save New York controversy was the elephant in the room at the state ethics commission.

Cuomo will seek a compromise with Skelos on his marijuana reform legislation as well.

The New York Times bashed Skelos over his position.

The Daily News said the judge in the FDNY discrimination case is worse than a loan shark.

While the Post called the stop-and-frisk group lobbying Washington D.C. “pathetic.”

And reported on a case where stop-and-frisk would have saved the day.

Brian Kavanagh discussed his voter registration legislation.

A judge approved an Occupy Wall Street lawsuit against the NYPD.

Rand Paul endorsed Mitt Romney, even though his dad is still technically in the race.

President Obama’s attacks on Bain Capital work.

Bill Clinton apologized for going off message on tax cuts.

Both Obama and Romney have made typos.