Ethics Earlier Than Expected?
January 13th, 2010

There is talk around the capitol that an ethics agreement could be announced this week. It may be a long shot as most legislators have returned to their districts tonight but it is Albany and anything can happen. The official line as of this evening remained “talks are ongoing.”

Negotiations between with the Assembly and Senate Republicans seems to be what has been holding up the announcement of any deal. Democrats would like at least some Republican votes for their reform efforts.

Gov. David Paterson and his “Reform Albany Act” has been left out of negotiations.

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