New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is going to seek re-election in 2013.
A photo sent out by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office of today’s meeting with fellow elected officials about the Sandy recovery plan captures Mayor Bloomberg either asleep or completely disinterested.
Yancey Roy suggests a slogan for the upcoming state legislative session: “Gambling, grass and natural gas.”
Senate Minority Leader John Sampson and IDC head Jeff Klein met quietly Sunday and “cleared the air on some of the personality differences that have cast a shadow over their relationship over the past two years.”
Mary L. Schapiro, who overhauled the SEC after the financial crisis, is stepping down as chairwoman of the agency.
The U.S. Supreme Court left in place a lower court ruling that prevented Illinois from prosecuting people under its Eavesdropping Act if they recorded police officers.
Count Rep. Pete King among the GOP lawmakers turning their backs on Grover Norquist’s anti-tax pledge.
Former Gov. David Paterson is hosting a fundraiser for state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli Thursday at Le Parker Meridien.
The MTA has a post-Sandy wish list.
Sen. Tony Avella will run for Queens borough president next year, setting up a battle with his Albany colleague, Sen. Jose Peralta, among others.
Republican Assemblyman Steve Katz called on his colleagues to refrain from re-electing Speaker Sheldon Silver due to his handling of Assemblyman Vito Lopez’s sexual harassment scandal.
Casey Seiler: “Yes, Virginia, there is a Bigfoot. And there will always be a Bigfoot.”
Joe Scarborough semi-apologizes to Nate Silver.
Actor Steve Buscemi is backing NYC Public Advocate Bill de Blasio for mayor in 2013.
Hydrofracking is the topic for the next round of The Maxwell School’s Campbell Debates.
Intrade has cut off its US customers after being sued by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission.
Denise Jewell Gee: “Operating the Thruway Authority as a quasi-governmental agency has turned into a failure.”
Retiring Assemblyman Jack McEneny educates his replacement, Assemblywoman-elect Patricia Fahy, on the finer points of gaveling in – and out.
Legal experts are dubious that NYC Council Speaker Chris Quinn or the Council could tweak new district lines without sending the entire matter back to the NYC Districting Commission.
EJ McMahon takes Cuomo to task for being late for the second straight year in releasing a quarterly update to the state’s financial plan.
Here’s MSNBC’s Chris Hayes keeping up the pressure from the left on Cuomo this past weekend:
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