Articles on the Constitution by Jacob Gershman

News Coverage:

The Wall Street Journal
Jacob Gershman
Monday, June 4, 2012
 A lobbying group controlled by Genting Bhd. and other gambling interests donated $2 million to a powerful committee that backs New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at around the same time that the governor announced he would push to legalize casinos. 
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The Wall Street Journal
Jacob Gershman
Friday, April 13, 2012
 As fiscal fears in New York spread from Long Island to the Rust Belt, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is confronting the question of how to help municipal governments pull through the worst cash crunch in decades. 
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The Wall Street Journal
Jacob Gershman
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
 Albany lawmakers took another stab at redrawing state political lines, presenting Gov.Andrew Cuomo with a revised set of maps that they hope will win his approval and avoid a court intervention. 
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The Wall Street Journal
Jacob Gershman
Monday, January 30, 2012
 New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is quietly seeking more leeway to hire and transfer state employees outside of a competitive process, a move unions say would weaken civil service rules designed to prevent patronage. 
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The Wall Street Journal
Jacob Gershman
Friday, January 27, 2012
 A legislative proposal to redraw New York's political map—a once-in-a-decade event—drew a stern rebuke Thursday from Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who threatened to veto the plan that critics said was tainted by partisan agendas. 
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