The budget continues to dominate the week at the Capitol, as talks between the staffs of Gov. Eliot Spitzer and Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno continued into the wee hours Tuesday morning.
The fight over health care and schools has dragged Spitzer’s numbers down a bit.
Spitzer told family planning advocates he’d protect abortion rights and push for greater access to the “morning after” pill.
The gov’s pick to head the Dept. of Environmental Conservation gets a second round of questions before senators.
Rudy Giuliani starts radio ads.