Monday, October 1, 2012


* The Cuomo administration is launching a new plan to enroll thousands of ex-cons in Medicaid once they leave prison but conservative critics say it gives prisoners no incentive to work, the Post reports:

* Housing Authority Chairman John Rhea announced he will pursue $500 million in federal funds for building repairs, two years after he decided against going after the money, the News reports:

* Sen. Chuck Schumer warns that milk prices could double if Congress doesn't pass a new Farm Bill, the News writes:

* Councilman Charles Barron is mulling a run for Public Advocate, the Observer reports:

* City Comptroller John Liu has begun to look at cost overruns and delays at a Bronx golf course the city is building for Donald Trump, the News learns:

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