Cuomo Won't Wait Long To Roll Out Anti-Corruption Panel

Law360, New York (June 21, 2013, 4:02 PM EDT) -- A special investigative panel to look at election-spending abuses and public graft in New York state will be formed “very, very soon,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday after the Democratic governor's twin anti-corruption bills failed to find a way through the state Legislature. 

With no deal in place and time running out on the current legislative session, Cuomo said he would use the 1907 Moreland Act to bring together investigators from both parties, likely by next week, in an effort to uncover corruption and move forward on policy after...
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