More on the Moreland Commission

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Many demonstrators argue that corporations have too much sway over public officials

Casey Seiler, Capitol bureau chief and columnist for the Albany Times-Union, talks bout the latest on corruption in Albany and the Moreland Commission's work, including the arrest of William Rapfogel.


Casey Seiler

Comments [4]

wgalison from france

Moreland Commission member, and Deputy AG of NYS gives false name to reporter and refuses to disclose his role on the Commission.

He is earning $136,000 to serve on the commission!

Oct. 01 2013 08:34 PM
Jim Byrne from Ridgewood

I want to add my name to the call for Sheldon Silver to step down as speaker.

Jim Byrne
Ridgewood, Queens.

Sep. 26 2013 11:31 AM
fuva from harlemworld

Silver has to go already. Yesterday. People, he's rubbing it in our face.

Sep. 26 2013 11:27 AM
fuva from harlemworld

C'mon. Rapfogel -- Shelley Silver's best bud -- steals millions from a poverty charity and hides hundreds of thousands in his house, and his wife -- Shelly Silver's chief of staff -- doesn't know about it? Yo, it's Tammany Hall more than we think...

Sep. 26 2013 11:20 AM

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