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The Buffalo News on education funding in New York state.
The Watertown Daily Times on ethics reforms in the state Legislature.
Gov. Martin O'Malley will sponsor a bill to legalize same-sex marriage in next year's General Assembly, he said Friday.
California's Jerry Brown and New York's Andrew M. Cuomo won their gubernatorial election bids last year with strong support from public-employee unions, which puts them each in a particularly dicey position when it comes to their states' mammoth budget deficits.
The unpredictable race for governor in New York got wilder Monday after Conservative Party candidate Rick Lazio withdrew, boosting the chances of the "tea party" Republican who is taking on the once-unassailable Democratic nominee, Andrew M. Cuomo.
A New York TV ad now airing frames a major question in the campaign for governor: Is it worse to have been a Wall Street lobbyist making more than $1 million, as Republican candidate Rick Lazio did; or to have been a public official collecting millions in campaign donations from lobbyists, as Democratic candidate Andrew M. Cuomo has?