Intrade beats pundits; Quinn says she’s not OK with that Lopez district

Briefing: Quinn and Bloomberg. (Spencer T. Tucker via flickr)
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Washington

Despite its many problems, Intrade is better than most pundits, said Nate Silver in a talk at Google's headquarters. [Carl Franzen]

Albany

The court fight in the SD-46 recount begins Monday. [Nick Reisman]

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2013 / City Hall

Quinn demands changes to a Vito Lopez-favoring district map. [Sally Goldenberg]

Council Speaker Christine Quinn said she wants "the Commission withdraw its submission" and redraw the Council lines. [Celeste Katz]

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Brooklyn Democratic County Chairman Frank Seddio doubts Council Speaker Quinn knew about the lines being drawn to favor Vito Lopez. [Morgan Pehme]