The Morning Read: Tuesday, April 10, 2007

New York’s presidential primary will be on February 5.

New York’s top judge threatened to sue state lawmakers for not giving judges a pay raise.

The city’s health department will be stricter in the way it checks restaurants.

No one person can change everything in Albany, according to an analysis in the Times Union.

A student loan company under investigation by the AG paid graduate tuition and gave money directly to some student loan officers.

One of Mathieu Eugene’s rivals in a City Council special election said he’s ineligible to run.

Mike Bloomberg said the UFT is like the NRA.

Bloomberg added: “You’re either with our children or against our children.”

The Post editorial board wonders if “Eliot Spitzer been swallowed by the moral swamp that is Albany?”

And the Daily News editorial board likes Cuomo’s investigation of the student loan industry.

— Azi Paybarah

The Morning Read: Tuesday, April 10, 2007