New York State Government Remains Gridlocked

“For almost a month, ever since Republicans briefly won two Democrats to their side and tried to seize control, the state Senate in New York has been paralyzed, split 31 to 31, as a stack of legislation — legalizing same-sex marriage, extending the mayor’s control of New York City schools, renewing the authority local governments need to conduct business — sits in limbo.” (Los Angeles Times, Tuesday)

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