Sheldon Silver said Monserrate engaged in a “classic case of domestic violence” and should “probably” be expelled.
Barack Obama will be in Manhattan tonight.
State Senate Democrats have scheduled hearings when David Paterson wants them to be in Albany.
The Assembly is having hearings this week.
Some of the things Paterson has proposed to bridge the deficit aren’t cuts.
MTA head Jay Walder promised to keep fighting an arbitrated contact he said was too expensive.
The News likes this, and likes that Walder took a bus to get to an editorial board meeting at their office.
Bill Hammond is amazed that members of the State Senate Labor committee are fighting to keep stenographers as opposed to tape recorders.
State Senators Eric Schneiderman and Neil Breslin are supporting a public option.
Another PAC is funding an ad attacking Dede Scozzafava.
A police officer showed up when a reporter from Washington repeatedly asked Scozzafava questions.
And below, Geri Thompson supports Doug Hoffman on Fox News: