Roundup: #Occupy Searches For A Home; Another Taxi Summit; Glenn Beck Is Done With NYC

The Medicaid Redesign Team’s latest recommendations suggest refusing payment for medically unnecessary procedures like human growth hormone injections for short children and reining in the most expensive enrollees — the elderly and disabled with complex medical needs.

Benefit corporations, which are permitted to take in other considerations besides making their shareholders money, are coming to New York City.

Richard Brodsky wants Barack Obama to take up the Occupy Wall Street mantle.

Andrew Cuomo is attending today’s taxi summit.

Glenn Beck is so done with New York City.

Lew Fidler is advertising in an orthodox Jewish newspaper in a likely run-up to a State Senate run.

Paging Andrew Cuomo: Senate Democrats are considering dropping the millionaire’s tax idea.

And stop us if you’ve seen this movie before: another federal government shutdown looms.

Hillary Clinton rebuked Newt Gingrich’s description of the Palestinians as “an invented people.”

Occupy Wall Street is looking for a new home.

Democrats think that focusing on inequality is their key to 2012.

“The Protester” is Time Magazine’s Person of the Year.

Mitt Romney is attacking Newt Gingrich for his wealth.

Ron Paul is ascendant.

A vote on a controversial Cobble Hill charter school is set for tonight.

 

Roundup: #Occupy Searches For A Home; Another Taxi Summit; Glenn Beck Is Done With NYC