Weekend in Review: Papers Pan Budget, Giuliani Takes to the TV

“Even by Albany standards, the 2009-10 budget process was short on transparency and particularly contentious, good-government groups say,” reports the

“Even by Albany standards, the 2009-10 budget process was short on transparency and particularly contentious, good-government groups say,” reports the Democrat & Chronicle.
The Times Union is upset over the elimination of the Empire State Games.
“Nothing about the process suggests a fair allocation of resources,” writes Danny Hakim of the distribution of the state legislature’s member-items money.
Henry Stern also weighs in.
Scott Murphy and Jim Tedisco are absolutely tied.
Someone tells The Albany Project that Roger Stone is in the district.
Michael Bloomberg will appear with appear with Bill Clinton at the Empire State Building tomorrow morning, according to Bloomberg’s schedule. [no link]

Kirsten Gillibrand and Steve Israel appeared together in Buffalo, which may be significant, according to the Buffalo News.

Weekend in Review: Papers Pan Budget, Giuliani Takes to the TV