New York Times report: Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office tried to thwart work done by Moreland Commission

A New York Times report alleges that Gov.

A New York Times report alleges that Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office attempted to thwart the work of a commission set up by the governor to investigate corruption. (July 24, 2014 5:54 PM)

A New York Times report alleges that Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office attempted to thwart the work of a commission set up by the governor to investigate corruption.

The Moreland Commission was created by the governor last year to declare war on corruption in Albany, but quickly disbanded this spring.

The New York Times report cites private emails and dozens of interviews with members of the...

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