Roundup: NY26

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Addresses U.S. Congress. photo credit: getty images

 

Israel: Bibi’s body language says Israel is like USA. [James Besser / Jewish Week]

NY26: One-time frontrunner GOP Corwin gets judge to delay certification of today’s vote. [Matt Gryta / Buffalo News]

NY26: “Results could hinge on how many votes go to Jack Davis.” [Chris Good / The Atlantic]

NY26: A GOP loss will have ripple effects. [Molly Line / Fox]

NY26: Song “Left Wing, Right Hook.” [Chaz the Youthful]

NY26: Hochul’s baby voter. [NYSUT / Flickr]

Redistricting: More Asian districts in NYC? [Colin Campbell / City Hall News]

Testing Teachers: More info, and questions. [Sharon Otterman / Cityroom]

Budgets: $84 million surplus for NYC. [Celeste Katz]

Tax Cap: Skelos notes his objections to the sunset provision “and minor technical issues.” [Nick Reisman / Capital Tonight]

Tax Cap: Teachers union opposes it. [Rick Karlin / Capitol Confidential]

Deals: “[B]y the end of this legislative session…there will be a property tax cap and there will be an extension of rent regulations,” said Skelos. [Jimmy Vielkind / Capitol Tonight]

Corruption: One trial for Kruger. [Bruce Golding / NY Post]

Smoking: No fines for smoking in the park, yet. [John Lauinger / Daily News]

Pics: Engel gets in the shot, with Bibi. [Yahoo News]

Roundup: NY26