Morning Read: Carrion’s Jockeying, Lee’s Earmarks

Harper’s looks at Albany.

Chuck Schumer supports a temporary tax on big banks, which Michael Bloomberg opposes.

Eric Dinallo had an uncomfortable plane ride with Cindy Adams’ friend.

Bill Clinton said he should have tried to push for more financial regulation reform.

Bloomberg skipped the Greek Parade, has been low-key since Thursday, and twice called into his Friday radio show.

Bloomberg hangs out at Testaccio in LIC.

Bloomberg may streamline how contracts are given out, which is raising some concerns that he’s amassing too much power in this area.

32BJ’s Matt Nerzig said little progress has been made to avert a doorman strike.

The Times Union wants more campaign-finance disclosure.

Fred Dicker says Andrew Cuomo will announce on April 28, and that he’s not backing Tom DiNapoli for re-election.

Liz Benjamin says Adolfo Carrion wants to be asked to be Cuomo’s running mate.

Doree hangs out with tech geeks.

Buffalo News: Rep. Chris Lee “sees no hypocrisy between his fiscal conservatism and his pursuit of earmarks.”

Schumer gets tough on illegal immigration.

Bill Perkins supporters include John Sampson, Eric Adams, Eric Schneiderman, Inez Dickens and Scott Stringer.

Meet Pedro Espada’s challenger.

Eric Massa said someone forged the $40,000 check to a staffer who had accused him of sexual harassment.

Liz Holtzman looks at the AG race.

Rep. Steve Israel’s opponent gave himself $25,100.

Rep. John Hall and Chris Murphy‘s challengers may be well funded.

News of the NJ Devils, by the NJ Devils.

Schumer’s sandwich is unique.

And SNL takes on James Carville, who takes on the Tea Party.

Morning Read: Carrion’s Jockeying, Lee’s Earmarks