Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Moreland Commission appears to be sending a message to the state legisalture with a just-released statement.
Earlier this year the commission sent legislators a request for information regarding their outside income, including information about their clients. Both houses of the legislature refused and Moreland Commisison spokeswoman Michelle Duffy responded by blasting legisaltors. "As the old adage goes, if you've done nothing wrong, you have nothing to hide.
Since then, the commission has suffered its own problems as reports have surfaced that the Cuomo administration influenced the commission to kill certain subpoenas while looking to leverage the commission for negotiations over new ethics legisaltion with the legislature. The statement also appears to be sending the message that the commisison does not plan to wrap up anytime soon.