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On last night’s “Inside City Hall”, the NY1 Wise Guys gave us their reaction to Mitt Romney ‘s choice of Paul Ryan as his running mate.
Tonight’s guests include: Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer; Curtis Sliwa and Gerson Borrero with the Political Rundown.
INSIDE THE PAPERS
New York Post
Reporting from Boston, Leonard Greene writes: “News Corp. Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch teamed up with Mayor Bloomberg yesterday to urge the presidential candidates and Congress to get serious about immigration reform, saying the nation’s economic future depends on it.”
Bruce Golding reports: “The National September 11 Memorial & Museum wants to smite a group of godless activists opposed to its planned display of the famed World Trade Center cross.”
David Seifman writes: “Manhattan DA Cy Vance Jr. knows that cyber crime is a growing problem. He’s been a victim. Vance was one of three elected officials who revealed having their identities stolen while announcing a $4.2 million grant to upgrade the cyber unit at the Manhattan DA’s Office. Another victim was City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, a mayoral contender in 2013 and one of the city’s top officials.”
Seifman notes: “City Comptroller John Liu’s top political adviser is in hot water again with tax authorities. The state Department of Taxation and Finance has slapped Chung Seto with a warrant for $25,924 in back taxes. An agency spokesman said the money Seto owed was from 2008 and 2009.
The warrant was issued on April 24.”
New York Daily News
Tina Moore & Greg Smith writes: “Council Speaker Christine Quinn Tuesday demanded that the city Housing Authority immediately make public a $10 million consultant’s report the agency has been keeping secret.”
Wall Street Journal
Andrew Grossman notes: “A super PAC trying to help Democrats retake the House of Representatives has launched a fundraising effort aimed at New York, where nearly a third of the congressional races are competitive.”
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