Roundup: Grimm Fights Back; Liu’s Speech; A Canceled Debate

Nicole Malliotakis, boxing insurance fraud. (Photo: Facebook)

Eric Adams formally registered his campaign account for Brooklyn Borough President, from New Jersey.

Michael Grimm vowed to fight the allegations against him.

He congratulated Timothy Dolan on the House floor.

Chris Bragg reflects on John Liu’s speech.

As does Azi Paybarah.

The School Boards Association would like more details on the teacher evaluations deal.

Governor Cuomo took some credit.

He disagrees with Tom DiNapoli, but it’s nothing personal.

Representative democracy is possible, New York.

New Yorkers don’t know very much about redistricting.

Advocates continue to push paid sick days.

Casino supporters released a positive report for legalized gambling.

Transportation wonks still want congestion pricing.

Long Island Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg saved somebody’s life.

On the presidential race:

Mitt Romney backed out of a debate.

Ron Paul did too, and the debate is now off.

What does this say about the media?

Romney drew a line in the sand in Michigan.

Michigan’s governor will endorse him.

Santorum aims to win Michigan too.

Romney’s trying to get to the right of Genghis Khan. Roundup: Grimm Fights Back; Liu’s Speech; A Canceled Debate