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Albany lawmakers have reached an agreement on this year’s state budget. They’ll pass it sometime before Saturday.

The Committee to Save New York, an advocacy organization for Wall Street and New York City’s top real estate interests, is happy with this year’s budget. They apparently got what they paid for.

Including the Committee to Save New York’s $12 million investment, lobbyists spent $220

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Public service can pay: Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s former Press Secretary Patricia Lynch has a lobbying firm. They netted $8 million last year.

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Western New York Republican leaders are going to let Chris Lee and David Bellavia duke it

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out, primary-wise, for the chance to take on Congressional incumbent Kathie Hochul. There’s some bad blood between the two.

NYC police complaints will no longer be tried in house, but by the independent Civilian Complaint Review Board.


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