Welcome to the Legislative Profiles, 2016

Will Latest Indictment Give New Life to Ethics Reform in Albany? Don't Bet On It  (Gotham Gazette, March 24, 2017)
Why you'll be paying more on your next utility bill  (CBS News 6 Albany, March 23, 2017)
Watchdogs: Scandal-plagued Albany is filling new 'slush' funds  (The Oneonta Daily Star, March 21, 2017)
With Bharara gone, State Capitol may be weaker on ethics transgressions  (WXXI, March 16, 2017)
Legislature is largely exempt from FOIL  (Albany Times Union, March 16, 2017)
Some State Lawmakers Disappointed to See Preet Bharara Go  (Spectrum News March 14, 2017)
Assembly bills would delay plan to keep upstate nuke plants open  (Newsday, March 14, 2017)
Indian Point: Unit 3 shut down for maintenance, refueling  (The Journal News, March 13, 2017)
Many county websites have big gaps in online information  (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, March 12, 2017)
Bharara said Trump fired him after refusing to resign  (WGRZ Channel 2, March 12, 2017)
States must lead on climate change: Letter  (The Journal News, March 11, 2017)
Will Albany take steps to clean itself up?  (Press & Sun Bulletin, March 10, 2017)
Dutchess scores high in review of county websites  (Poughkeepsie Journal, March 10, 2017)
Attorney general's oil, gas probe lauded - Letter to the Editor  (Poughkeepsie Journal, March 9, 2017)
Falling Subway and Bus Ridership in New York - Letter to the Editor  (The New York Times, March 8, 2017)
Business Contributions and Campaign Finance in New York: Deep Historical Roots  (Gotham Gazette, March 8, 2017)
Public Hearing Held to Discuss Zero Emissions Credit Program  (Time Warner Cable News, March 7, 2017)
$8B state nuke plant bailout brings out supporters, critics, no Cuomo officials  (WFBO NPR Buffalo, March 7, 2017)
Decision-makers skip N.Y. nuclear bailout hearing  (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, March 6, 2017)
Energy advocates urging review of Gov. Cuomo's clean energy standard  (ABC News 10 Albany, March 6, 2017 )
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