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Three of the 40 members of the California State Senate have been arrested this year, more than double the statewide arrest rate and higher than the rate in any of California's 25 largest cities.
Sen. Ben Hueso, D-San Diego, enters the Senate floor as he returns to the Capitol on Monday after his DUI arrest last week.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The New York Times declined to endorse either Governor Andrew Cuomo or challenger Zephyr Teachout in the Sept. 9 Democratic primary election, citing his failure to clean up corruption and her lack of political experience.
In its Wednesday edition, the newspaper criticized Cuomo, whom it had previously endorsed when he was first elected as New York’s governor in 2010, for breaking “his most important promise” to clean up dirty state politics.
Cuomo’s decision to disband an anti-corruption commission after repeatedly meddling in its probes of his pet projects was a key reason for withholding the endorsement, the newspaper’s liberal-leaning editorial board said.
“The worst moment of all came when Mr.