Roundup: Zimmerman Charged; Redistricting Limbo; Cuomo’s Axe

George Zimmerman will be charged. Multiple elected officials, including Christine Quinn, have already sent out press releases announcing hope that

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George Zimmerman will be charged. Multiple elected officials, including Christine Quinn, have already sent out press releases announcing hope that justice will be served.

Mayor Bloomberg said gun issues won’t necessarily stop him from supporting candidates.

Grace Meng said Michael Nussbaum’s statement was taken out of context and Jeff Gottlieb has every right to run.

The state legislative redistricting process is in legal purgatory.

Karim Camara wants the Department of Justice to reject the State Senate lines.

Kevin Parker said Governor Cuomo’s budget cuts were “grievous.”

Governor Cuomo vowed to veto “new” member items in the budget.

David Storobin’s lawyers want Lew Fidler’s fraud lawsuit dismissed.

The executive director of Make the Road New York defended Nydia Velázquez.

Could the Green Party now pay a spoiler role now in competitive elections in New York?

Recycling the city’s asphalt is generating controversy.

Voters in New Jersey support the NYPD’s surveillance of Muslims.

MSM Resorts International made moves to lobby New York.

Governor Cuomo is inclined towards some sort of teacher evaluations compromise.

Citizens Union rated the budgeting process as “incomplete” 

John Liu returned Jenny Hou’s lawyer’s campaign contribution.

The lawyer is no longer doing legal work for his campaign either.

On the presidential race:

Ed Cox boldly endorsed Mitt Romney.

President Obama released a video of Romney’s greatest hits.

Romnney has an empathy problem.

Newt Gingrich, who you may have heard of, isn’t done running for president.

Herman Cain.

Roundup: Zimmerman Charged; Redistricting Limbo; Cuomo’s Axe