A new memoir by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo lays out his philosophy on politics but steers clear of his national ambitions or allegations that he meddled with an anti-corruption commission. The 517-page book is being published by HarperCollins and goes on sale Tuesday.
The Wall Street Journal obtained an advance copy and reports that Cuomo uses the book to tout his accomplishments as a "progressive reformer" who accomplished liberal goals like same-sex marriage and gun control while taking a more conservative approach to economic issues.
Gov. Cuomo speaks with reporters Thursday at the New York State Fair in Syracuse.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been invited to debate Democratic primary challenger Zephyr Teachout and GOP opponent Rob Astorino, but so far has not agreed to participate. The first-term incumbent was asked Thursday at the New York State Fair in Syracuse if he would accept the debate invitation.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, in his first public appearance since a potentially damaging news about his staff’s tampering with an ethics probe, tried to change the subject by talking about economic development Monday in Buffalo. But the story continues to dog the governor.
The big news last week was the blockbuster story by the New York Times that carefully examined Governor Cuomo’s involvement in the activities of the Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption.
Sponsors of a medical marijuana bill continued to negotiate with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo over the governor’s objections to many of the measure’s provisions, but say they are hopeful that a deal can be reached in the next couple of days.
Now that the New York State budget is done, the focus at the Capitol shifts to some other priorities, including whether to allow medical marijuana. Advocates came to the Capitol to lobby lawmakers, but the bill is getting bogged down over political skirmishes.
There is a big change at New York State’s largest teachers union. Members of New York State United Teachers elected new leadership after months of unrest over the state’s flawed roll out of the new Common Core standards.