Shelly Silver pledged not to hold up this year’s budget in order to get a millionaire’s tax.
More on the Vinny Gentile for Congress speculation.
Republicans are pledging to keep Bob Turner’s district in tact.
Jonathan Lippman has carved out a staunchly liberal record as New York’s chief judge.
A group of education experts at Teacher’s College are calling on New York to spend more money on education.
The Post touts Chris Ward’s “substantial accomplishments” as head of the MTA.
On the departure of Ward and Jay Walder, The Times says, “Leaders always prefer choosing their own team, but it will be hard for the governor to find comparably high-caliber professionals who can — or will — do these very demanding jobs during very tough economic times.”
Mike Lupica blasts Eric Cantor for calling the Occupy Wall Street protesters “a mob.”
Chris Collins, thought to be a potential gubernatorial contender at one point, is locked in a tight race for Eric County executive.
Chuck Schumer says drug distributors are stockpiling medicine and reselling them to hospitals at a markup.
Michael Grimm followed in the footsteps of his mentor Guy Molinari and endorsed Mitt Romney.
Anthony Weiner is back at the gym, Page 6 reports.
Did George Clooney and Ryan Gosling’s campaign trail drama “Ides of March” slight Ohio?
Ron Paul won something!
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