Morning Read: Widening the Unemployment Gap, Losing Taxes, Buying Glue Sticks

Hillary Clinton reversed a federal policy which will now allow foreign consulates not to pay New York City $260 million in back taxes.
There are 80,000 more unemployed blacks than whites in New York City, and the gap is growing.
Nate Silver says George Pataki is nothing to worry about, but Kirsten Gillibrand beating Carolyn Maloney is not guaranteed.
A Kos diarist defends Maloney’s position on health care.
Chuck Schumer credits the NAACP with putting Barack Obama in Washington, and David Paterson in Albany.
The Post editorial board wants Randi Weingarten and Bill Thompson to help pass mayoral control.
Sheldon Silver already endorsed Bill Thompson for mayor.
Mark Green is collecting petitions himself.

Morning Read: Widening the Unemployment Gap, Losing Taxes, Buying Glue Sticks