Elsewhere: Wilson Vs. DiNapoli; Reporters Head to the Trailer

The 6,700 vetoes were delivered to the Legislature, in large piles, today.

The TU has the full list of all the unlucky groups that will not be getting their member items.

Harry Wilson has a plan to make the Comptroller’s office less political (complete with a colorful chart).

Tom DiNapoli’s campaign lashed back, as it sought to tag Wilson as a BP sympathizer.

The new CEO of OTB will be making $1.5 million a year! 

Michael Benjamin is sticking up for Pedro Espada Jr.

Charlie Rangel wants to end war funding and re-institute the draft. 

NARAL, which endorsed Eric Schneiderman today, receives donations from Schneiderman’s father.

Mayor Bloomberg is raising for Craig Johnson.

Despite pledges to the contrary, there is at least $342 million in borrowing in the “shaky” state budget, E.J. McMahon finds.

The City Hall press corps is being sent to a trailer for the year

Urban Affaris prof Tom Angotti has some ideas about how to reform the city’s development approvals process.

The rooftop organic farm Brooklyn Grange (based in Queens) was christened by Christine Quinn and Jimmy Van Bramer. 

Carl Paladino and David Malpass are both seeking to run on a “Taxpayers” ballot line.

Rick Lazio is trying to make a campaign issue out of the mosque proposed near ground zero. 

Amtrak is experiencing some delays on the Northeast corridor. Blame the heat.

ebrown@observer.com

Elsewhere: Wilson Vs. DiNapoli; Reporters Head to the Trailer