Gambling, Prisons, E-Waste

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton disagree on gambling, and it’s affecting the race in Nevada. [LA Times]

Healthcare associations are coming out against Eliot Spitzer’s funding cuts, although he hasn’t made them yet. [Times-Union]

Vogue Editor Anna Wintour writes, “Imagine my amazement, then, when I learned that Hillary Clinton, our only female president hopeful, had decided to steer clear of our pages at this point in her campaign for fear of looking too feminine.” [WWD]

This blogger liked Michael Bloomberg’s speech yesterday, even though he “doesn’t want Bloomberg to be President.” [The Brooklyn Optimist]

“Nothing was up with that,” says former Representative Susan Molinari of Rudy Giuliani’s staff forgoing paychecks. [S.I. Advance]

Senator Russ Feingold is having hard time deciding between Hillary and Obama. [Post-Crescent via Huffpost]

Joe Bruno responds to some the Buffalo News calling Albany “Bruno Country” and saying that the region has lots of investment because of the Senator. [Capitol Confidential]

The Glens Falls newspaper thinks Spitzer’s prison closings are good for the state. [Post-Star]

Bloomberg is at odds with a number of politicians over a bill that would require a permit to purchase a device to detect biological or chemical agents or radiation. [The Wonkster]

Both Darrel Aubertine and Will Barclay have ceased campaigning after the death of Aubertine’s father. [The Albany Project]

Bill de Blasio and Bloomberg are in some disagreement over an e-waste recycling bill. [Brooklyn Paper]

The G.O.P. establishment has swarmed around John McCain in South Carolina. [Politico]

Mitt Romney will be on Leno tonight. [Jonathan Martin]

Gambling, Prisons, E-Waste