The Morning Read: Wednesday, November 29, 2006

The organizer of the anti-Hillary Clinton group Stop Her Now has contributed $10,000 to Rudy Giuliani’s PAC.

The group’s new website is over here.

Hillary thinks her biggest obstacle to winning the Democratic nomination is Barack Obama, according to Insight magazine.

Obama will visit New Hampshire next month for the first time.

The Berger Commission recommendations would be “an epochal shift,” for New York’s health care industry.

Mike Bloomberg said he was speaking as a private citizen when he called the 50 bullets fired at Sean Bell excessive. Bloomberg also said he wants the trial of the police officers held in Queens.

The Sun looks at the Queens District Attorney handling the police shooting.

Dick Parsons said he won’t rule out running for mayor.

Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver gave out $7.5 million in funding for pet projects.

The MTA may not raise fares in 2007.

Chuck Schumer does a Q&A with the Daily News.

George Pataki is weighing a deal with the state legislature to raise their pay in exchange for a civil confinement bill that he could tout as a victory.

And Wal-Mart is now in the movie download business.

— Azi Paybarah

The Morning Read: Wednesday, November 29, 2006