Morning Read: David Paterson’s Pension Veto, Carolyn Maloney’s Possible Campaign

P1080618 Nicole Gelinas writes, “Bloomberg did put aside billions in the good times for future health-care costs — money he is spending down now. But that didn't fix the budget's structural problem.”

 

The Daily News editorial board applauds labor groups for their compromise with the city.

David Paterson is expected to sign the government consolidation bill “despite the tension with Mr. Cuomo.”

The New York Times editorial board wants to see a vote on same-sex marriage.

Paterson’s veto of a pension bill angered police and firemen.

The New York Post editorial board likes the move.

That page also supports Carolyn Maloney’s run against Kirsten Gillibrand because “Democrats deserve a choice.”

Sheldon Silver may shed some light on lawmakers' other sources of income.

Toby Stavisky defends having her son be a lobbyist for groups that come before her committee.

News Corp. is hosting a June 10-14 education conference with African-American leaders.

Grade inflation at the Bronx academy?

A slightly biased “documentary” about Christine Quinn.

A not-so-flattering blog dedicated to Alan Gerson.

Two former union delegates are accused of extorting money from companies that had contracts with the city.

There are more details emerging about the cop who was fatally shot.

There were two more deaths from the flu.

And pictured above is a button I got from a Carolyn Maloney supporter. Morning Read: David Paterson’s Pension Veto, Carolyn Maloney’s Possible Campaign