Friday, September 7, 2012



* Political observers believe Gov. Andrew Cuomo will run for president after giving a partisan speech to the state delegation, but he could have difficulty swaying delegates who love Hillary Clinton, the Wall Street Journal writes:

* Con Ed is seeking increases for electricity and natural gas rates from the state Public Service Commission in November, which consumers in New York City and Westchester will notice in October 2013, the New York Post reports:

* The Bloomberg administration wants to market the city's logos and brands to corporations as a way to raise funds more quickly through the quasi-public tourism agency, NYC & Co., the News reports:

* Students in 550 schools in New York State will sit for a standardized test that doesn't count as the state revises future test questions, but some parents vow to pull their kids out of school in protest, the Journal reports:

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