With gun control legislation a possible deal breaker for the state Senate majority coalition, Gov. Andrew Cuomo today called gun control a “fundamentally” federal matter, but said states can provide help to stem gun violence.
The National Rifle Association, the nation’s largest gun lobby, donated a combined $21,000 to state legislative candidates and the Conservative Party — a far smaller amount than in the last election cycle that saw more than $100,000 pour in from the Viriginia-based group.
After winning enough seats to wrest the majority from the GOP hands, only to see it slip from his grasp thanks to six disaffected Democrats, Senate Minority Leader John Sampson now has another loss to contend with.
Legendary reggae artist and activist Bob Marley has been elevated to high academia, after NYU added a three-week class in January dedicated to his life and times.
The battle for control in the state Senate is one Gov. Andrew Cuomo has no desire to publicly insert himself in, he told Fred Dicker in his Talk-1300 radio show.
That Senate Minority Leader John Sampson is frustrated with how the leadership battle shook out in the chamber is something of an understatement.
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