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Albany needs ethics reform

The conviction this week of Joseph Percoco, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former aide, on three felony charges is further evidence that Albany is in serious need of significant ethics reform. That need has been apparent for years, and lawmakers—including Cuomo—continue to say that it is a priority, but the scandals roll on. Percoco was found guilty of ...

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