The Working Families Party gets a pair of subpoenas

Briefing: Working Families Party (Kate Ann via flickr)
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2013

Two members of the Working Families Party were subpoenaed in connection to an ongoing probe of campaign expenses connected to the 2009 campaigns of Public Advocate Bill de Blasio and City Councilwoman Debi Rose. [Laura Nahmias]

Joe Lhota, the deer hunter. [Andy Newman]

Brooklyn Borough President candidate Eric Adams gets an early union endorsement. [Andrew Hawkins]

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Albany

Hikind's "Heartfelt and Sincere Apology." [Blogspot]

"What kind of idiot do you have to be to not know that blackface is completely offensive?" [Karen]

Rep. Yvette Clarke's lengthy response to Hikind. [Arianna]

"If this guy were a Republican, we’d have a national story on our hands…" [Hot Air]

Innuendos, involving Cuomo's package and a man named Ed Cox. [Colin Campbell]

New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli says Wall Street bonuses are up, even though job growth there isn't. [Ken Lovett]

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman wrote a brief supporting the Voting Rights Act. [Nick Reisman]

Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver wants to delay fracking for at least a year. [Nick Reisman]

Washington

Bloomberg's campaign spending in Illinois increasingly becomes an issue. [AP]

Bloomberg's "intervention, far from rallying campaigners like Jackson, has instead angered people on all sides of the guns debate." [Chris McGreal]

"Send a message to New York…" [CJ Lotz]

Media

Michael Moore vs Buzzfeed. [Alexander Abad-Santos]