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Report calls for publicly financed political campaigns in New York

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An anti-corruption commission report released Monday proposes taxpayers’ money be used to help fund political campaigns among a slew of ideas to combat Albany’s notorious misconduct but calls for no heads to roll. The commission, created by Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo six months ago, proposes many of the ideas that had been sought by Cuomo but were rejected by the Legislature. Whether the Legislature, which has fought the commission’s subpoenas, is any more willing to ...

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