Cuomo Eyes Summer Of Subpoenas As Corruption Bills Falter

Law360, New York (June 18, 2013, 6:55 PM EDT) -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo may need the New York Legislature to enact his proposals to crack down on graft among public officials and reform election spending, but he doesn't need it to launch an anti-corruption panel sporting subpoena power that could see recalcitrant lawmakers sweating out the summer, lawyers say.

White collar crime experts weighed in Tuesday after the Democratic governor conceded that passage of two of his legislative centerpieces — a bill to create new classes of offenses and increase penalties for crimes such as bribery,...
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