Elsewhere: Thompson, Clinton, Spitzer


Another group opposing Eliot Spitzer’s health care plan is contacting voters in bulk.

Spitzer criticized the state Senate’s spending plan for health care.

The IRS is looking into whether there was some “misinterpretation by some state legislators” on how to account for certain work-related expenses.

There are still seats left for a fund-raiser featuring Bill Clinton on March 18.

Mario Cuomo will give the opening remarks at a DMI conference about the middle class on April 2.

A writer on Urban Elephants wonders if Rudy Giuliani would grab more executive power than George W. Bush.

A committee in the Council Council voted to ban metal bats for high school sports.

The state legislature is missing some information about legislation introduced in 2005.

And above is a picture of City Comptroller Bill Thompson, who criticized the Department of Education at a conference today with Schools Chancellor Joel Klein looking on.

— Azi Paybarah

Elsewhere: Thompson, Clinton, Spitzer