The Morning Read: April 27, 2006

The Times reports on a a feud between Jon Corzine and Sharpe James; and the legislature overrides most of George Pataki’s vetos, but the governor says he will block the property tax rebate.

Newsday reports on the Yanks and Mets stadium deals.

The Sun reports that Department of Education Deputy Chancellor Carmen Fariña will retire at the end of the school year.

And the Albany Times Union reports that Chuck Schumer opposes President Bush’s VA plan.

—Nicole Brydson

The Morning Read: April 27, 2006