Elsewhere: Clinton's Superdelegates, Quinn's Pope, Bruno on Silver

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Christine Quinn talks about her plans for the Pope’s visit.

Michael Bloomberg doesn’t endorse a candidate, inspires more speculation.

Lots of Giuliani people showed up to John McCain’s speech today.

Responding to the lawsuit from judges who want a pay increase, Joe Bruno says it’s the Assembly’s fault they haven’t gotten it.

Candidates are already lining up for Diane Gordon’s Assembly seat.

Howard Dean says the Democratic Party won’t make McCain’s age an issue, takes the opportunity to note that he has the moral highground not to do so.

Clinton’s red phone may have entered the lexicon.

Quinn says member items won’t be abolished.

David Paterson outlines his ideas about energy.

The Willets Point redevelopment plan has more hurdles than might have originally been anticipated.

The state budget includes money to support synchronized swimming.

It also sets aside a large amount of money for housing.

The Intelligencer has an exhaustive account of McCain’s appearance on The View.

Elsewhere: Clinton's Superdelegates, Quinn's Pope, Bruno on Silver