Thursday, January 17, 2013



* State legislators say that they had very little time to thoroughly vet the recently passed gun control bill after Gov. Cuomo cut short the usual three-day "aging" period for lawmakers to study a bill before voting on it, the Times-Union writes:

A Quinnipiac University poll shows that 75 percent of New York City voters approve of the job that Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is doing, his highest approval rating ever, while Mayor Bloomberg received a 'B' letter grade:

The Manhattan U.S. Attorney's office is investigating an after-school tutoring service for city public school students after a letter to the Department of Education by City Comptroller John Liu alleged corrupt activity, the News' Juan Gonzalez writes:




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