Morning Read: Bloomberg Expands, Schneiderman Probes,

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2012: Cuomo for VP gets a lukewarm reaction here. [Fred Dicker / NY Post]

2013: Tom Allon’s education policies are “more of a reaction” to Bloomberg’s policies. [Geoffrey Decker / Gotham Schools]

NY-9: Columnist says Weprin is running in order to boost his bid for comptroller in 2013. [Mike Barry / Anton News]

NY-9: District leader wants reform to nominating candidates in special elections. [Lincoln Restler / Brooklyn Paper]

NY-9: “Does this mean there will be a Democratic primary?” [Dee Richard / Times Ledger]

NY-9: Turner’s 2010 result highest for a Republican since the 1980s. [Domenick Rafter / Queens Tribune]

Mortgage Probe: California attorney general considers joining Schneiderman’s probe. They met in San Francisco yesterday. [Nathaniel Popper and Alejandro Lazo / LA Times]

LDC Probe: Schneiderman requested records from LDC in Monroe. Group expect it’ll cost $25,000. [Jil Terreri / Democrat and Chronicle]

Fracking: Opponent raises concerns about ties between Cuomo’s girlfriend “and the petroleum industry.” [Casey Seiler / Times Union]

Cyber-bullying: Quinn urges victims to come forward. [Jonathan Lauinger / Daily News]

Bloomberg’s Reach: Bloomberg Philanthropies to donate $24 million to help mayor’s in other cities. [Michael Saul / WSJ]

Charter School: One in Bed-Stuy and two in Newark won’t open this fall, after founder walks away. [Anna Phillips / New York Times]

Wal-Mart: Inez Barron calls for probe into land deal in Brooklyn where store may open. [Rich Calder / NY Post]

Homeless Shelter: Opponents of Chelsea location send letters to Quinn and Bloomberg; for now, opening is delayed. [Meredith Hoffman / DNA Info] Morning Read: Bloomberg Expands, Schneiderman Probes,