Morning Read: On to South Carolina; Bloomberg Weighs In On Blue Ivy; Will Booze Go The Way of Salt?

Mitt Romney said last night’s win showed that the attacks on his record at Bain fell flat.

Jon Huntsman faces a steep climb going forward.

Action Alert! Mayor Bloomberg wants to slash the number of establishments in the city that sell booze, according to a DOH planning document obtained by The Post.

Dana Millbank says that the New Hampshire primary wasn’t just much of a story.

His neighbors in Riverdale said they hardly know new White House Chief of Staff Jacob Lew.

Andrew Cuomo slammed Assembly Democrats for putting in place a teacher evaluation system that was unworkable, and led to the state losing millions of dollars in federal financing.

Las Vegas casino companies are gearing up to get a piece of the pie in New York if gambling becomes legalized here.

Marty Markowitz is pushing for a casino in Coney Island.

The city will be allowed to revise the rate of return on its pension investments, possibly pushing the cost on to future generations.

Barricades were removed at Zuccotti Park, and hundreds of protesters swarmed in.

Mayor Bloomberg defended the right of Lenox Hill Hospital to rent out  a floor for the birth of Blue Ivy Carter, the daughter of Jay-Z and Beyonce.

The Department of Health and Human Services sharply criticized New York’s oversight of the developmentally disabled in a new report, saying the state agency charged with oversight lacks independence from the governor’s office, failed to account for how it is spending public money and has broken several requirements of federal law, Danny Hakim reports.

New MTA chief Joe Lhota was charged with dealing with the city’s rat problem under Mayor Giuliani, a lesson he now wants to take to the city’s subways.

Eastern Queens civic leaders are banding together to convince lawmakers that their neighborhoods should not be divided during the politically charged redistricting process.

New Jersey is aggressively trying to lure Fresh Direct to Queens, promising a package of $100 million in tax breaks, land and other subsidies.

Michael Grynbaum is on the scene as the the MTA experiments with shutting down the 4-5-6 lines at night.

Indian Point nuclear plant shut down one of its two reactors early Tuesday morning to repair a malfunctioning cooling pump. The plant is under increasing political pressure to cease operations.

Ant0-fracking experts had their say in Albany.

Morning Read: On to South Carolina; Bloomberg Weighs In On Blue Ivy; Will Booze Go The Way of Salt?