Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver did not sign off on passing amendments critical to a school governance deal in the State Senate.
“If the Assembly doesn’t vote on our amendments, we’re not bringing up the main bill,” State Senator Shirley Huntley said. “Why should we?”
Democratic county chairs and labor officials will meet tomorrow in Kingston to discuss the 2010 ticket and pending legislation.
Republican contributor and former MTA head Peter Kalikow endorsed Andrew Cuomo for governor, “unless the Republicans get their act together and show me someone who is better.”
“It’s like the Mets have taken over,” said Bill Cunningham of the potential primary between Maloney and Kirsten Gillibrand.
Kerry Kennedy’s rebuttal only strengthens Cindy Adams’ feeling that she’s focusing her energies on Albany politics.
Disgusted with recent events, Stephen Salup vowed to run a primary against State Senator Craig Johnson.
And below, here’s a video of State Senator Shirley Huntley speaking about mayoral school control last week: