Citizens Union Head Outlines Most-Needed State Reforms

April 18, 2007 | City Talk with Doug Muzzio

The level of disappointment in Gov. Spitzer’s first budget discussions shows how difficult it is to change Albany, Dick Dadey says. He adds that the governor tried to accomplish some major reforms but ran into a brick wall. The top two priorities needing to be addressed, Dadey says, are gerrymandering and campaign financing. Dadey suggests ways the state can solve these and other problems, plus accomplish voting and judicial reform. He also identifies New York City issues that his nonprofit watchdog organization feels are in need of reform.
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