Tuesday, May 3, 2016

New poll confirms voters want New York State corruption to be addressed

Ninety-seven percent of New Yorkers say it is important for the Governor and Legislature to pass new laws to address corruption in state government before session ends in June, according to a new Siena College poll of New York State registered voters released today.  More than three-quarters of voters support stripping pensions from state legislators convicted of crimes related to their public service regardless of when the legislator was first elected. More here...