Ethics

New York senate Independent Democratic Conference leader Jeff Klein in 2016
Former state Sen. Jeff Klein is just the most recent accused New York pol to get a lobbying job. Some say that’s wrong.
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Alessandra Biaggi
The freshman will chair the moribund committee and actually hold hearings.
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Alain Kaloyeros, the ex-president of the State University of New York's Polytechnic Institute, arrives for his sentencing at Manhattan Federal court.
With Democrats in charge, reforms aren’t a priority in 2019.
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Governor Cuomo and Speaker Carl Heastie outlined an agreement on groundbreaking reforms to New York States ethics laws and rules
Compensation Committee demands limits to outside income, but will that stick?
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New York City Council chambers at City Hall
The body is looking into “disorderly behavior” of a member, but won’t say who.
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Steve Pigeon walks in a hallway at the Capitol in Albany, N.Y
Steve Pigeon pleaded guilty Tuesday to funneling an illegal donation to the governor’s campaign.
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Judge Brett Kavanaugh is sworn in before testifying to the Senate Judiciary Committee
The window to prosecute Trump or his associates may be shrinking.
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Donald Trump tax returns
City, state and federal authorities could hardly keep up with the ways that money moved from father to son.
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Donald Trump
The president is the subject of several investigations in the Empire State.
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Elliott Broidy with Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the Chairman's Global Dinner in Washington D.C. in January of 2017.
The Republican fundraiser pleaded guilty nine years ago to rewarding official misconduct.
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