The Senate looks like it’s leaving town, which means it will not vote on its revenue bill.
There seems to be a problem rounding up 32 votes for the bill.
David Paterson was in Washington to lobby for $1 billion in FMAP Medicaid money, and he thinks he’ll get some.
Michael Bloomberg, did not take questions from David Chen of the Times (seated directly in front of him) on diversity in his administration.
Tom DiNapoli has some questions for Harry Wilson.
Last night, David Paterson met Charles O’Byrne for dinner with Sean Patrick Maloney, Wayne Barrett reports.
Paterson’s commissioner of the Office of Mental Retardation resigned to take a job at the MTA, Liz reports.
The state labor commissioner wants better unemployment benefits.
An accused Russian spy went to an FDNY Foundation dinner that was also attended by the mayor.
Business groups really don’t want the SEIU 32BJ-backed wage bill.
Nancy Pelosi is raising in the Hamptons.
Diane Savino and the Democrats were denied in a bid to pass a pension bill.
Here’s Anthony Weiner making a catch in the Congressional baseball game: