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New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver was arrested yesterday on public corruption charges. The arrest stems from
investigations in Albany’s pay-to-play politics. Silver’s outside income, roughly $750,000 for legal work, has long been a subject of discussion and controversy. It also cited allegations where he took money to perform or not perform on certain actions. 70 year old Silver was released on a $200,000 bail and faces 20 years per five counts of fraud, conspiracy, and other charges. Silver commented after court that once he receives a due process, he will be blameless of these charges. As of now, Silver has no legal obligation to resign.
Governor Cuomo even spoke out and said that the arrest is a “bad reflection of government.” Senator Joseph Griffo commented that restoring the people’s faith in government should be a top priority. Griffo cited a bill he proposed which would put limits on leaders before “they believe they are above the law.” However, Assemblywoman Addie Russell believes Silver is a good leader, but nevertheless believes he should step down.
A Clifton Park woman was injured in a snowmobile accident Saturday in Lewis County and was rescued by DEC forest rangers
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