The Morning Read: Friday, April 20, 2007

Hillary Clinton will speak at Rutgers and meet with the women’s basketball team.

A plan to enact congestion pricing could introduce an $8 daily fee to drivers in midtown.

Mayor Bloomberg is expected to unveil on Sunday more than 100 proposals to make New York City more environmentally sustainable.

Bloomberg’s wish list for the city includes recalculating federal anti-terrorism money based on risk.

Bloomberg has advice for D.C.’s mayor, who just got control of his city’s school district.

Eliot Spitzer said he wants to reduce New York’s energy consumption.

The city wants tougher arson laws from Albany.

They may get a new tax on pets from state lawmakers.

Former Brooklyn Judge Gerald Garson was convicted of bribery.

Sonny Carson advocates were thrown out of City Hall.

John Edwards is reimbursing his campaign for his haircuts.

Mario Cuomo dined with Edwards, but said he hasn’t endorsed anybody yet for president.

Upstate Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand has two Republicans who want her job.

And E.J. Dionne, Jr. wonders “Why do we have the same futile argument every time there is a mass killing?”

The Morning Read: Friday, April 20, 2007