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Cuomo: MTA has two sets of books

Andrew Cuomo has run an amazingly disciplined, if not overly-cautious, campaign, due in part to his unique hands-on-approach to campaigning and governing, and also, because he's a sitting state attorney general and can't say things willy nilly.

But last night, Cuomo leveled some of his harshest critiques so far, at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, saying "nobody's in charge" of the agency.

"And in terms of the amount of money they waste, two sets of books, certainly, five hundred million dollars in overtime, something like eight thousand people make more than a hundred thousand dollars," Cuomo said.