Morning Read: An Extraordinary Day In Albany

Governor Cuomo called legislators into Extraordinary Session to vote on the tax and jobs plan announced yesterday. Sign Up For

Governor Cuomo called legislators into Extraordinary Session to vote on the tax and jobs plan announced yesterday.

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The tax plan will save families an average of $300-$400 a year.

Albany power broker Fred Dicker called Governor Cuomo’s political maneuvering on the tax plan a “dazzling display of political jujitsu.”

Governor Cuomo’s budget deal includes an agreement to pass a constitutional amendment legalizing non-Indian casinos. 

The contractor responsible for the fraud-filled CityTime payroll system agreed to pay New York City $232 million.

Occupy Albany protesters spent five days cleaning up their encampment in the hopes they can avoid eviction for code violations.

Sandra Lee, girlfriend of the governor, needs a new publisher for her magazine.

Caroling demonstrators protested the lighting of Governor Lincoln Chafee’s “holiday tree” in  Rhode Island.

One bathroom isn’t enough for Newt Gingrich.

President Obama’s re-election campaign is being occupied.

FAA Chief Randy Babbitt resigned after being arrested for drunk driving.

Morning Read: An Extraordinary Day In Albany