From the Morning Memo:

The good-government group Reinvent Albany this week released an analysis of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed ethics legislation — finding need for amendments on seven of them and opposition to three others.

The group wants the codification of an agreement between Cuomo and Comptroller Tom DiNapoli that would re-establish the comptroller’s power to review contracts before they are approved.

The group has also long called for the creation of a database tracking economic development spending, the subsidies spent by companies and the number of jobs produced.

And they have called for a public financing system on par with New York City’s program.

Cuomo has said he will not back a final budget without the spending plan addressing ethics in some form.

The full analysis can be found here.