Elsewhere: Senate Democrats Storm Buffalo, Maffei’s Appearance on Colbert

Barack Obama will be the first president to attend a seder in the White House.
State Senate Democrats are adding staff in Buffalo.
Peter Feld has more to say, on behalf of the “political profession,” about that Times story about Michael Bloomberg’s polling on Anthony Weiner.
Hillary Clinton has put the zip back in U.S.-New Zealand relations.
High-profile shootings notwithstanding, support for gun control is lower than it has been for a long time.
This article doesn’t specifically address the plan for upstate New York, but it’s not encouraging that the Economist  pessimistic about the likelihood of high-speed rail in the U.S.
Bloomberg does not approve of that restaurant owner in the city who is using Obama’s name to sell fried chicken.

Elsewhere: Senate Democrats Storm Buffalo, Maffei’s Appearance on Colbert