Morning Read: Bloomberg’s Deposition, Bratton’s Political Future, Gioia’s Ads

Adam Lisberg has more on Bill Thompson’s possibly not qualifying for matching funds.

Eric Gioia is going up with television ads today, as planned.

Bloomberg is being asked to testify in a case about discrimination against firemen because of his unanticipated remarks to congress.

Opposing lawyers say Bloomberg was vague and evasive in response to written questions earlier.

Bloomberg’s proposal for free cross-town bus service could be costly.

Nicole Gelinas likes Bloomberg’s transit plans.

Thompson is out with an audit critical of Bloomberg’s housing oversight.

In 2013, Bill Bratton versus Ray Kelly?

Or what about Bratton for Senate in 2010?

Guillermo Linares and Alan Gerson are not on the ballot.

Bloomberg’s administration is trying to boost contracts with women and minority-owned businesses. (Their record on this has been unimpressive, according to James Sanders and others.)

Bloomberg called the arrest of a labor leader who endorsed him “sad” and a “surprise.”

Joe Crowley wants to hear your views on health care.

The New York City Housing Authority mistakenly charged people rent based on the number people living in the apartment, instead of the number of people there on public assistance.

Quit your job and go into statistics, maybe.

Morning Read: Bloomberg’s Deposition, Bratton’s Political Future, Gioia’s Ads