But the former State Senate majority leader had nothing to do with it, we're assured.
The girlfriend-slashing state senator has waived his right to a jury.
An e-mail glitch with hilarious/depressing consequences.
The former Senate majority leader has ties to one of the groups bidding to turn the racetrack into a casino.
Despite the fact that ...
Well, at least we're all in agreement.
You'd think, for a $120,000 made-up position, you'd at least test out the office coffee.
"The attorney general's office has been considering the legality of the appointment since it first came to light on Monday."
After months of bickering, the bill most people wanted anyway becomes law.
Pedro Espada Jr. is making $120,000 for an "intergovernmental relations" job that never existed before.
For that whole slashing the girlfriend in the face with a broken glass thing, which we'd almost forgotten about.
David Paterson: ‘I’m Having Nightmares About the Senate.’
This explains EVERYTHING.
But will this anger last until 2010?
Newly passed reform measures appear to make things a little better in the State Senate. Of course, they could be abandoned at any time.
Even though it started meeting again for real today.
The vocal, openly gay advocate says passing Paterson's marriage bill just isn't in the cards this summer.
Unwilling to let David Paterson appear to solve the State Senate stalemate, rebel Democrat Pedro Espada says he's returning to the fold and solving the problem that he started.
According to the 'Times,' the former MTA chair is the man Paterson thinks will solve the State Senate's problems.