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INSIDE THE PAPERS
New York Times
Lisa Foderaro writes: “The fight over the placement of inscriptions acknowledging two donors to the new Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island was resolved in a court hearing on Tuesday.”
Thomas Kaplan looks at three tight State Senate races.
New York Daily News
Glenn Blain reports: “Gov. Cuomo has a message for state legislators: You want a pay raise? First, take care of the little people. Though lawmakers have been clamoring for their first hike since 1999, Cuomo vowed Tuesday to block any salary increase until “the people’s agenda” is resolved. ‘I would not even consider — even consider a pay raise — unless the people’s business was being done in a thorough, responsible way,’ Cuomo told reporters. Included in that agenda, he said, are a minimum wage hike and Cuomo’s proposal to decrminalize small-scale marijuana possession.”
Wall Street Journal
Jacob Gershman reports: “A coalition of New York mayors is debating whether to push for changes to state labor law that would give fiscally troubled cities more negotiating leverage with public-safety unions before binding arbitration.”
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