Jul 13, 2007 — The state Senate is ready to return to Albany on Monday. But its loose agenda doesn't include anything other than one-house bills at this point. The Assembly isn't even saying if they will come back at all. The backdrop is the discord between Gov. Eliot Spitzer and the leader of the senate Republicans, Joe Bruno. Martha Foley talks with Albany correspondent Karen DeWitt about the implications of the feud for politics, and policy in New York.