Friday, August 12, 2011

The New York Times

James Barron reports: “Former Gov. Hugh L. Carey was remembered on Thursday as a leader who steered New York City and the state through the financial turbulence of the 1970s, a time that some mourners at his funeral said had been echoed in recent fights about government and spending.”

Baker & Goldstein writes about Assemblyman William Boyland Jr.’s brush with a bullet.

Columnist Jim Dwyer looks at some health-care executives who probably won’t be hurt by state budget cuts.

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