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  • Skelos repeats: Gov. could drive tax-cap harder

     
    State Senate majority leader Dean Skelos (R-Rockville Centre) isn't letting up on the property tax cap. In this clip from an interview with PBS' NYNOW program, Skelos says Gov. David A. Paterson needs to do more to support the cap......
  • Democratic National convention schedule

     
    by Frank James DENVER -- The Democratic National Convention officially starts here today at the Pepsi Center arena with DNC Chairman Howard Dean scheduled to officially gavel open the quadrennial event at 3 pm MT. Here's the overall schedule with......
  • Paterson lauds Bloomberg's fiscal management

     
    Gov. David A. Paterson Friday lauded Mayor Michael Bloomberg???s fiscal management of New York City while mildly criticizing the budget cuts that state lawmakers agreed to earlier this week. Paterson noted that the city has cut its budget by 2.5......
  • Paterson: Cuomo would be 'stellar' governor

     
    Minutes after Attorney General Andrew Cuomo showed little interest on an Albany radio station of running for New York City mayor in 2009, Gov. David A. Paterson said Cuomo???s "been a stellar governor" on the same program. James T. Madore......
  • Paterson: They vant to drink your blood....

     
    Albany bureau chief JT Madore catches Gov. Paterson going off on the legislature this morning. This is the way you exit the Spitzer era and generate better relations? What will Speaker Sheldon Silver (left) have to say? "Gov. David......
  • Another Albany indictment, another ethics push

     
    In the wake of a veteran state assemblyman being arrested for taking $500,000 in illegal payments, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver will push for overhauling ethics requirements. "The speaker supports changes in ethics and disclosure rules and will be...
  • LI's Blakeman: Running for NYC mayor, still on port panel

     
    For years, New York City officials and the bistate Port Authority engaged in high-profile clashes over reconstruction of Ground Zero and other projects. Now Bruce Blakeman is in the unusual position of campaigning for the Republican mayoral nomination -...
  • Albany: Smith calls for special session

     
    James Madore in Albany reports: State Senate Minority Leader Malcolm Smith called Tuesday for the Legislature to reconvene in a special session to tackle the crisis on Wall Street. Smith (D-Queens) asked Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos (R-Rockville...
  • LI's Brewington gets nod to judge panel

     
    From our Albany Bureau Chief JT Madore: Hempstead lawyer Frederick Brewington has been appointed to the commission who will recommend the next chief judge and associate justices of the state Court of Appeals. Gov. David A. Paterson announced the...
  • Gov. Paterson: All politics is local

     
    All politics is local -- and Paterson remembers the lesson today. In a smart move, as Congress and the WH hash out an unprecedented $1 trillion federally backed facility to take over bad mortgages from banks, Paterson writes Treasury's Paulson......
  • Long Island Raid Road: Latest pension-scam locus

     
    The Long Island Rail Road has a comparatively astounding -- and plainly suspicious -- number of disability claims that lead to fatter pensions, compared to other transit systems, according to an in-depth New York Times story here. Reacting to the......
  • Paterson: Wind power task force

     
    Gov. Paterson announces formation of a working group from LIPA and Con Ed to analyze the proposal for a wind farm off Queens. Release after the jump.......