Thomas DiNapoli

State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli (right) listens to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's State of the State address alongside Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie.
The governor omitted several proposed reforms and proposed a vaguely defined database of deals.
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Trashcan with sign "Keep New York Clean" on a street of Manhattan.
Addressing water quality, offshore drilling – and plastic bags.
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A sign in the subway station in New York warns of the consequences of fare evasion.
Ridership is declining for other reasons.
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The Million Dollar staircase in Albanys capitol
A primer on the state’s latest legislative pay commission.
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Shifts in power, landslide victories, high turnout and high spending.
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Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie Somos 2018
With a new commission set to meet, some say limits on outside income a likely condition.
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Andrew Cuomo 2018 general election
The Democratic favorites won the races for governor, attorney general, comptroller and U.S. Senate.
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New York Republican State Committee Chairman Ed Cox, left, raises the hand of GOP comptroller candidate Jonathan Trichter at the New York state Republican Convention earlier this year in Manhattan.
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has been ‘asleep at the switch,’ challenger says.
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subway
The transit authority needs competitive bidding.
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Vicki Fuller of the New York State Comptroller's office, in 2013.
Vicki Fuller now works for a company the fund invested in.
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