Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Confessore & Hakim report: “New York was on the cusp of legalizing same-sex marriage on Tuesday, after a second Republican state senator came forward to support the measure, leaving it a single vote shy of passage.”

Thomas Kaplan writes: “Rent regulations that limit how much landlords can charge for more than one million apartments in New York City and its suburbs are set to expire at the end of Wednesday, and lawmakers on Tuesday were still debating whether to simply renew them or to make changes sought by tenant advocates.”

Chen & Rashbaum note: “Seeking to prevent additional unauthorized disclosures about the continuing criminal inquiry into the city’s troubled automated payroll project, the United States attorney in Manhattan has urged John C. Liu, the city comptroller, to make no more public statements about the case without first consulting investigators.”

Ed Wyatt looks at how Sen. Chuck Schumer is helping banks in a patent dispute

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