The state plans to appeal the MTA tax ruling where it was ruled unconstitutional.
Not content with the ruling, Greg Ball wants a retroactive refund.
Lil’ Wayne’s spokesman had no comment on Malcolm Smith’s activities.
Now the FBI is investigating Naomi Rivera.
The Post wrote yet another editorial about her as well.
“The more you are absent from the spotlight, the more people want you,” George Arzt said of Governor Cuomo’s convention strategy. “So people are going to grab him on the one day he is there. And he is going to be the star for one day. He can never be the star of the convention because it’s Obama’s convention.”
Shirley Huntley touted some endorsements of people who didn’t endorse her.
Two candidates exchanged shots in the race to replace Grace Meng.
John Messer’s campaign is almost entirely self-financed.
Bill Mahoney explained how the New York Board of Elections is largely powerless in stopping people from simply ceasing to report campaign filings and doing whatever they want with the money.
60% of New Yorkers don’t approve of Mayor Bloomberg’s soda restrictions.
Anti-fracking activists disrupted Governor Cuomo’s policy convention yesterday.
New taxis will have a simpler logo.
Nearly 20 NYPD officers involved in a racially insensitive Facebook group will face punishment.
Paid sick day activists are worried about the potential of a watered-down bill.
The Post wrote that Mayor Bloomberg should have at least attempted to get his taxi plan through the City Council.
The Daily News said Cuomo needs to do more to bring the Board of Elections into the modern age.
Cardinal Dolan will only be offering a prayer for Mitt Romney at his convention, not an endorsement.
Bill Clinton cut an ad for President Obama.
Todd Akin has a difficult path to victory, but it’s still seen as possible.
His comments have landed into Scott Brown’s reelection campaign.
On Medicare, a poll found Americans side Obama.
The poll also found Obama leading in Florida.