Here And Now
Good morning! Here are the headlines:
Revenue is hard to come by these days.
Cuomo tried to sell his budget message in Purchase yesterday.
Cuomo and LG Duffy aren’t the only ones hitting the road to talk about the executive budget proposal.
Senator O’Mara wants to know what his constituents think of Governor Cuomo’s budget plan.
Upstate GOP lawmakers are taking their time to review the governor’s budget before weighing in.
Local leaders have some serious concerns about the governor’s spending plan.
The DN takes aim at Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos over his opposition to education cuts.
There’s good news and bad news in the budget for the City of Ithaca.
One Western NY school district may be getting an especially raw deal if Cuomo’s budget plan passes.
Budget cuts could hamper the Warren Co. Sheriff’s boat patrols on Lake George.
State parks are seeing an up tick in visitors as their funding is once again on the chopping block.
Pension reform is next on the governor’s agenda after the budget.
The Post wants Cuomo to hurry up.
Cuomo says he will work with NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg on pension reform and teacher cuts.
Senate Republicans want their Democratic colleagues to trim their payroll by 43 percent by March 31.
AG Eric Schneiderman (a former member of the Senate Democratic conference) is reviewing the Republicans’ proposed rules change to strip the LG of his tie breaking leadership vote.
Columnist Steve Israel wades into state politics. (Fixed).
Rep. Chris Gibson agrees with Rep. Bill Owens and his predecessor, former Rep. Scott Murphy, that a portion of the healthcare reform law should be repealed.
Gibson says he has several top priorities.
Gibson will sitdown tonight with Liz B. on Capital Tonight. Catch it tonight at 8p or 11:30p on YNN. (No link.)
Rep. Brian Higgins announces Congress on Your Corner schedule.
Rep. Tom Reed is holding a town hall in Hornell.
Rep. Maurice Hinchey wants to Delaware River Basin to stop drafting rules for hydrofracking.
Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle’s first town hall meeting was well attended.
The Rochester DN wants the court to move quickly to settle the dispute over that city’s mayor.
NYS Comptroller Tom DiNapoli taps a Buffalonian as his number two.
The debate over whether Wal-Mart belongs in NYC is gettign ugly.
Republicans are rather clever with their lexicon.
SUNY New Paltz narrows its search for a new president to four contenders.
Nassau Co. is on the hunt for a new police commissioner.
The TU is concerned about border security.
It’s not too late to get a flu shot.
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