A health care bill cleared the Senate Finance Committee.
The director of David Paterson's Washington office left.
The Monserrate trial concluded, with Joseph Tacopina proclaiming "the case is riddled with doubt."
Paterson signed the green-jobs bill in Syracuse.
Vinny Gentile's Republican opponent said, "If you've always had an antagonistic relationship with the mayor, it's hard to work together."
B.E.T. notices Barack Obama's endorsement of Bill Thompson.
While fighting obesity, the city is giving out free coupons to fast food joints for some residents.
Ben Smith detects some mockery in Bloomberg's "aggressive enough" comment.
The endorsement Thompson got this morning was "notable," says NY1.
Roger Clark checks out pre-debate festivities.
A reader wonders if Vito Fossella will attend the Staten Island fund-raiser with Rudy Giuliani and Bloomberg.
And below, Morgan Hook explains absentee voting in NY-23: