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This wasnt supposed to be a get-out-ofjail-free card.

New state ethics law just the beginning, say some

Governor Cuomo signed into law new ethics oversight legislation, but some say the measure is flawed, and that there is still work to be done to fight corruption in government. In Albany, Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Cuomo Signs new ethics law

Governor Andrew Cuomo, before departing for a two-week vacation, signed several bills into law, including an ethics reform measure that creates a new ethical review commission to police lawmakers. In Albany, Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article
Its not an ideal bill. But it will change the way the game is played in Albany.

New state ethics reform may make investigation harder, say critics

The New York State Senate is expected to vote on an ethics package when it returns from a break on Monday.

Some government reform advocates say the structure of a new ethics commission, agreed on by Governor Cuomo and legislative leaders , may make it harder to actually investigate public corruption.  Go to full article

Lawmakers swear ethics reform will become law

Governor Cuomo and legislative leaders released more details of their agreement on ethics reform and promise it will become law before the session is done. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article
North Elba supervisor Roby Politi with Gov. Andrew Cuomo yesterday (Source: Nathan Brown, Adirondack Daily Enterprise, used by permission)
North Elba supervisor Roby Politi with Gov. Andrew Cuomo yesterday (Source: Nathan Brown, Adirondack Daily Enterprise, used by permission)

Cuomo brings agenda, momentum, to Lake Placid

Governor Andrew Cuomo dominated Albany this year, pushing his austerity budget through the legislature on time with only token opposition.

With his poll numbers still high, Cuomo is barnstorming the state again, hoping to pass another ambitious slate of bills before the current session ends June 20.

Yesterday, the governor brought his "People First Campaign" to the Olympic region, pushing for ethics reform, a cap on local property taxes, and a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage. Chris Morris has our report.  Go to full article
If a law is not passed, then I will appoint a Moreland commission.

Cuomo threatens investigations if lawmakers don't pass ethics reform

Governor Andrew Cuomo, who is pushing the state legislature to pass an ethics reform bill, renewed his threat to investigate lawmakers if they don't comply.  Go to full article
Its the fox guarding the henhouse. It doesnt work.

Leaders still apart on ethics reform

One of the top issues of the post budget session is ethics reform.
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver says he and Governor Cuomo have an understanding on legislation. But the governor says he's not quite there yet. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article
New York State is known more for how its elected officials misbehave in office than anything else.

Ethical lapses dog Albany

A report on turnover in the state legislature finds that more lawmakers left because of corruption related scandals and criminal charges than lost re-election bids, constituting what a government reform group is calling a "legislative crime wave". Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article
There are discussions ongoing. Do we have an agreement yet? No.

Bumpy road for ethics reform in Albany

Tensions over an ethics reform bill that's being negotiated in private between Governor Cuomo and legislative leaders spilled into the open this week, as finger pointing began over which side was holding up the legislation. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

Ethics panel: group must register as lobby

A business and real estate group that has been running promotional ads for Governor Andrew Cuomo will now register as a lobbying group with the state's ethics panel, after questions were raised about some of their activities. Karen DeWitt has more.  Go to full article

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