Elsewhere: Spitzer, Bloomberg, Richardson


Budget negotiations between Eliot Spitzer and Joe Bruno didn’t go well today.

The long-delayed confirmation of the state environmental commissioner, Pete Grannis, passed a major hurdle.

Mike Bloomberg blamed the free market for a lack of taxis in the outer boroughs.

The guy leading the production of an upcoming anti-Hillary movie says despite some bumps in the road, “My organization is not in debt.”

A union representing half the state employees in NJ denounced attacks made by other unions against labor boss and former Corzine girlfriend Carla Katz.

It’s a nail-biter in Iowa.

Liza Saber thinks Bill Richardson has the best resume of any Democratic presidential candidate, but she’s not sold on him yet.

Dennis Kucinich invited two critics of the new Yankees stadium plan to testify in congress.

The son of the Westchester Rockland County Assemblyman who recently died said he’ll run for his dad’s seat in the May 1 special election.

Rapper Snoop Dogg needs some kind of diplomatic intervention in order to get into the U.K.

PoliticsTV is counting down the best political ads of all time, starting this week.

And pictured above is Bill Richardson in New York.

— Azi Paybarah

Elsewhere: Spitzer, Bloomberg, Richardson