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Gazette Editorial

Feds still needed to bring ethics to state government

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo let the ethical ball drop in early April when he disbanded his Commission to Investigate Public Corruption, known as the Moreland Commission, just nine months after creating it. Fortunately, Preet Bharara, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, has picked up the ball and is running with it. New Yorkers should be cheering him on. After Cuomo killed the commission as part of a political deal with the Legislature ...

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