Roundup: Cuomo Has a Strategy, Ravitch Has a Memoir

Sign Up For Our Daily Newsletter Sign Up Thank you for signing up! By clicking submit, you agree to our

Sign Up For Our Daily Newsletter

By clicking submit, you agree to our <a href="http://observermedia.com/terms">terms of service</a> and acknowledge we may use your information to send you emails, product samples, and promotions on this website and other properties. You can opt out anytime.

See all of our newsletters

Unions: Rangel rallies for labor. [Youtube]

Governmental Shutdown: probably not happening in the next two weeks. [The Hill]

Governors’ Meeting: “Obama didn’t just offer compromise to Republican governors. He challenged state chiefs over their treatment of unions.” [AP]

Chris Christie: Lightening round answers; Obama’s best pick is Arne Duncan. [Youtube]

Capping Salaries: Cuomo targets superintendents. [Capital Tonight]

Redesigning Medicaid: Cuomo’s plan to cap malpractice lawsuits may lead to a lawsuit. [Cityroom]

Positioning Cuomo: Vielkind explains Cuomo’s handling of labor. [Captial New York]

Questioning Bloomberg: Somebody get Larry Littlefield a press pass. [Observer]

Ravitch’s Memoir: Untitled; PublicAffairs is the publisher; due next year. [CityRoom]

Taegan Goddard: Wisconsin labor fight “awakens Democrats, recognizing that this is a constituency they need to support and maintain” [WNYC]

Corporate Elections: John Liu wants to end “staggered” terms for board members. [Comptroller.nyc.gov]

Twitter Impersonators: Punk Planet founder Dan Sinker is @MayorEmanuel. Unclear whether Emanuel now has to pay up as promised. [Gawker]

Photos: Rep. King and Princess al-Hussein. [Flickr]

Radioactive Waste: Schneiderman’s lawsuit picks up momentum. [WisBusiness.com]

Spitzer TV: Celeste Katz entertains a joke. [Daily News]

[with Amanda Sterling]

Roundup: Cuomo Has a Strategy, Ravitch Has a Memoir