Approaching the End of Session, Paterson Aims Everywhere

ALBANY—Lawmakers are scheduled to meet in Albany for 13 more days before the close of this year’s legislative session, and

ALBANY—Lawmakers are scheduled to meet in Albany for 13 more days before the close of this year’s legislative session, and David Paterson is hoping to do it all.
“I would say that the one that we’re here to discuss today would be a priority,” Paterson said Tuesday, announcing a restructuring of ethics oversight, when asked for his end-of-session list. “The spending cap would be a priority. The property tax cap would be a priority. Mandate relief would be a priority. Marriage equality would be a priority, that that would be passed. I would like to, perhaps, find paid family leave. IDA reform.

Approaching the End of Session, Paterson Aims Everywhere