DiNapoli's Office Says Cuomo's Pension Regs Are Redundant
April 26th, 2011

Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office just released this statement from his director of communications Dennis Tompkins in reaction to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recent announcement on pension regulations:

“Comptroller DiNapoli banned placement agents in April 2009. As long as hes Comptroller, that ban will stay in effect. The Comptroller welcomes todays regulations, and he continues to advocate that his placement agent ban along with the pension forfeiture bill he proposed earlier this year and his other pension reforms be made into law.”

There was tension between the DiNapoli and Cuomo camps during last year’s election season because Cuomo refused to endorse DiNapoli. Some took it as a sign that DiNapoli was being investigated by then Attorney General Andrew Cuomo and that he could be ensnared in the same scandal that brought down his predecessor former comptroller Alan Hevesi. Cuomo eventually announced DiNapoli was not being investigated by his office and DiNapoli was of course reelected.

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