Andrew Cuomo made clear this morning that Albany must not become a Washington of the north as lawmakers prepare to close a $3 billion state budget gap.
“I have talked to all sorts of peopple and getting all the best ideas we can,” the governor told radio host Susan Arbetter. “What is the best, most creative state program to generate jobs and we are working through that right now. Step two will be, I will get with the legislative leaders and find out what their thinking is,tell them what my thinking is. What is crucially important here is that we get something done at the end of the day. I don’t want Albany to be gridlocked like the Washington process which has been very destructive for the country and the state.” Read More