The New York Times
Date: 2012-03-27
Author: Aidan Gardiner

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Good morning. Today will climb only to a sunny 50 degrees, down from last weeks blast of heat, which is probably for the best.Heres what were reading this morning, starting with theN.Y./Regionsection in The Times.Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and state lawmakersreached a dealthat establishes oversight for state gambling initiatives, gives $805 million to schools, and could help pass the states budget by the April 1 deadline for the second time in two years.Pivoting from a harsh reputation, lawmakers hope to soften New Yorks juvenile justice system and move offenders closer to their homes.Representative Charles B. Rangel agreed to pay a $23,000 fine for having misused a rent-stabilized apartment as a campaign office in violation of city and state reg...(read more)
... Good morning. Today will climb only to a sunny 50 degrees, down from last weeks blast of heat, which is probably for the best.Heres what were reading this morning, starting with theN.Y./Regionsection in The Times.Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and state lawmak ...
... agreed to pay a $23,000 fine for having misused a rent-stabilized apartment as a campaign office in violation of city and state regulations.City politicians criticized the proposal at the Park Slope Food Co-op to boycott products from Israel a day be ...
... stripped them of their disliked numbers.After a year in office, Governor Cuomo distinguishes his administration by involving himself in all aspects of it. [Crain's New York]Some state legislators, spurred by the public outrage over the fatal shooting ...


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