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11/11/2015 07:16 AM EDT
By Azi Paybarah in Manhattan, Jimmy Vielkind in Albany, and Mike Allen in D.C., with Daniel Lippman
ABOUT LAST NIGHT: Michael Bloomberg compared Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio Tuesday night to Cain and Abel, said Ben Carson's views are like those of a "CEO who doesn't believe in profits," and described Bernie Sanders as "a Jewish socialist who looks like Christopher Lloyd in Back to the Future, and sounds like Larry David." Bloomberg's speech at the annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner at the Waldorf Astoria was one of the former mayor's highest profile events in New York City since leaving office at the end of his 12-year tenure in 2013. Since then, he has tapped into his personal fortune and nationwide contacts to advocate for climate change regulations and stricter gun control enforcement. "It's great to see Mayor de Blasio actually in New York," Bloomberg joked, referring to the mayor's well-publicized travels to Iowa, Washington, Wisconsin and England. "To get him to show up, his staff told him that the dinner was in Iowa." http://politi.co/1L9w6Nu
IN DE BLASIO'S BACKYARD, CUOMO TACKLES ECONOMIC INEQUALITY - POLITICO New York's Dana Rubinstein, Jimmy Vielkind and Laura Nahmias: Declaring himself committed to "basic fairness and basic justice," Cuomo on Tuesday announced he would establish a "public sector minimum wage" of $15 an hour for state employees. "This is about economic anxiety" in a society where the top 1 percent "have had 95 percent of the income growth and the bottom third is going backwards," the governor said during a union-organized rally in Manhattan's Foley Square. Public Advocate Tish James, city Comptroller Scott Stringer and U.S. Representative Charles Rangel stood smiling beside Cuomo, with the Municipal Building (which de Blasio recently renamed for David Dinkins) looming behind them. Cuomo says the minimum wage increase will cost the state about $20 million a year and will affect some 10,000 state workers. They won't see its impact for a while yet. http://politi.co/1ljumg2
-- Tuesday night's GOP debate opened with a reference to Cuomo in a question about raising the minimum wage. http://bit.ly/1L9xT59
QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Despite what you read in the press, Gov. Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio are an incredibly close couple. Like Cain and Abel, Hamilton and Burr, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift" -- Michael Bloomberg , on de Blasio at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner: http://politi.co/1O2Dkro FULL SPEECH: http://goo.gl/BwK48F
N.Y. TIMES QUOTATION OF THE DAY: GOV. CUOMO, on his plan to raise the minimum wage for state workers to $15 from $8.75 an hour: "You can't pay for housing and food and clothing on $18,000 a year, period. And that's what today is all about."
PIC OF THE DAY: De Blasio, smiling broadly, shaking Cuomo's hand at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner: https://goo.gl/A6EDK5
BIRTHDAY: Mike Frankfurt of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein + Selz, one of the most influential media and entertainment lawyers in America (h/t Chris Licata)
#PatakiWatch: Pataki wasn't eager to watch last night's Republican debate after he was excluded from both the main and undercard. usat.ly/1MV8OCr
TABS -- Post: "$200 AN HOUR! Bum boasts: It pays to be a beggar" -- News: "THE FANTASY IS OVER: AG orders end to daily leagues; Calls game sites illegal gambling" -- Newsday: "MONEY TALKS" -- amNY: "VICTORY for VETERANS: City OKs creation of department serving NYC's vets" -- Hamodia: "Monroe Residence OK Expansion of Kiryas Joel" -- Epoch Times: "Feisty Bush Seeks to Regain Footing in GOP" -- El Diario [translated]: They win another battle
FRONT PAGES -- NYT, 1-col. above the fold: "New York Tells 2 Sites to Halt Fantasy Games" and 1 col. below the fold: "Cuomo Raising Minimum Pay For State Jobs" -- WSJNY: "New York's Cuomo Increases Minimum Wage for State Workers"
** A Message from Nuclear Matters: Providing more than 61 percent of New York's carbon-free electricity, nuclear energy plants play a vital role in achieving our clean-energy and carbon-reduction goals. New York's nuclear energy fleet supports about 18,000 jobs and provides $2.5 billion to the state's GDP. Learn more at NuclearMatters.com. **
JOIN US FOR POLITICO NEW YORK PLAYBOOK LUNCH- Mike Allen, Azi Paybarah and Jimmy Vielkind are hosting a conversation with Rep. Hakeem Jeffries and Attorney General Eric Schneiderman about New York policy, politics and the news of the day tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. at the Bank of America Tower in NYC. RSVP: http://bit.ly/1GP6WZm
PAGE SIX - "Huma Abedin carries $2,000 Hillary Clinton purse," by Post's Julie Gordon: "Huma Abedin carried a $1,995 handbag bedazzled with 'HRC 2016,' in support of Hillary Rodham Clinton's run for the White House, to Monday's Glamour Women of the Year Awards. The customized clutch, from designer Edie Parker, was gifted to Abedin. The silver accessory, offset by red and blue writing, coordinated perfectly with the Clinton aide's blue, white and black dress, which she accented patriotically with a red belt." http://pge.sx/1koOBZm
HOW THEY SEE US -- Washington Post, bottom of Style section front, "In N.Y., Hirshhorn raises money, a few eyebrows," by Roxanne Roberts: "The view from the 68th floor of the World Trade Center was spectacular: the glittering sweep of Manhattan at night. Waiters passed champagne and foie gras fortune cookies as guests perched on white leather couches in the unfinished concrete space. Club music blared as artists and collectors admired one another. This is how the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden - yes, the one on the Mall - celebrated its 40th anniversary Monday night. ... Instead of inviting the artists and patrons to Washington, Chiu - just a year into the job - made the decision to take the anniversary fundraiser to them. This "have party, will travel" strategy netted the troubled museum a record $1.5 million and an impressive guest list of 40 modern artists including Chuck Close, Christo and Mark di Suvero." http://wapo.st/1SIijni
STOP THE BETTING - The New York Times' Walt Bogdanich, Joe Drape and Jaqueline Williams: "The New York State attorney general on Tuesday ordered the two biggest daily fantasy sports companies, DraftKings and FanDuel, to stop accepting bets from New York residents, saying their games constituted illegal gambling under state law. The cease-and-desist order by the attorney general, Eric T. Schneiderman, is a major blow to a multibillion-dollar industry that introduced sports betting to legions of young sports fans and has formed partnerships with many of the nation's professional sports teams. Given the New York attorney general's historic role as a consumer-protection advocate, legal experts said the action would most likely reverberate in other states where legislators and investigators are increasingly questioning whether the industry should operate unfettered by regulations that govern legalized gambling." http://nyti.ms/1Nq2Sf8
DE BLASIO'S PRESIDENTIAL FORUM CANCELED -- Mayor faces the music -- POLITICO New York's Dana Rubinstein and Laura Nahmias: Mayor Bill de Blasio made a concession to reality on Tuesday. Following months of skeptical coverage and a notable lack of interest on the part of the nation's presidential candidates, de Blasio's "Progressive Agenda" canceled the presidential forum it had planned for early December in Iowa City, the progressive heart of the early voting state.
-- The forum had become a political albatross for de Blasio, who had taken pains to distance himself from the planned event amid accusations that he was focusing too much on national politics at the expense of New York City's own problems. The cancellation of the forum allows him to shed that baggage and move on. He recently followed a similar playbook on an interrelated front: his non-endorsement of Hillary Clinton ... Much as the forum seemed designed to elevate de Blasio's national profile, his reluctance to endorse Clinton until he learned more about her progressive credentials seemed both forced, and designed to enhance his national stature. Instead, he became something of a laughingstock.
"I don't want to insult my friend like this, but there is a sense it was a 'legend in his own mind' kind of phenomenon," said Doug Muzzio, a political scientist at Baruch College. http://politi.co/1knUcix
-- A.P.'s Jonathan Lemire: "a political embarrassment for a mayor with ambitions of influencing national dialogue. ... the latest misstep for de Blasio, a Democrat, in his efforts to impact the 2016 race." http://goo.gl/939jgO
-- NYT's Alex Burns and Michael Grynbaum: "Still, some on the mayor's team on Tuesday defended the wisdom of the Iowa event. John Del Cecato, a Democratic consultant who is one of the mayor's most influential advisers, compared the forum to Mr. de Blasio's pursuit of a tax on wealthy New Yorkers to create a universal prekindergarten program. Mr. Del Cecato said that while the tax did not ultimately occur, it was helpful to spur the creation of the program, which has since enrolled about 70,000 children. He noted that many presidential candidates were now discussing the mayor's signature issue, income inequality, in detail." http://nyti.ms/1MK0OOw
-- WSJ's @JDawsey1: "De Blasio spokeswoman said earlier today that writing a story saying forum was unlikely to happen would be 'wrong.' At 3:30, they cancel." https://goo.gl/ki0Vtp
-- @AlexBurnsNYT: "does 0% likely count as unlikely?" https://goo.gl/x9G2fe
RUBIO'S NY CAMPAIGN CHAIR: Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis was named the New York State chairperson of Marco Rubio's presidential campaign. Malliotakis - who turns 35 today - echoed in a statement the 44-year-old Florida senator's campaign theme about needing a "generational" change in political leadership. Rubio is battling a field of older candidates for the Republican nomination, including fellow Florida-based candidate Jeb Bush, the former governor and son of former president George H.W. Bush, and brother to George W. Bush.
-- In a statement Tuesday, Malliotakis said, "Washington will never change if we keep electing the same 20th Century leaders with the same 20th Century ideas when it comes to addressing the important issues facing our nation, such as our economy, college debt, national security and immigration. Marco is a generational leader with the vision and plan to meet the unique challenges we are facing and preserve the American Dream. I'm proud to support Marco Rubio for President and look forward to helping him win New York." -- Azi
GATEKEEPERS AT DE BLASIO'S TOWN HALL MEETING -- Post editorial: "[D]on't think for a moment that Thursday night's session at PS 69 in Jackson Heights actually qualifies as a genuine town hall. The mayor's office claims the community gathering is open to the public. But ...You can't just show up. You must first register with the office of City Councilman Daniel Dromm, a teachers union lackey, who's keeping a list of who'll be let in. Space is limited, runs the official excuse. Bull. Mayors Ed Koch, Rudy Giuliani and Mike Bloomberg all held regular town-hall gatherings - meetings truly open to all, on a first-come, first-served basis. No lists, no invitations, no registering. You showed up, you got in, you got a chance to ask your question." http://goo.gl/3OeDxo
THE MAKING OF A VETERANS DEPARTMENT -- POLITICO New York's Gloria Pazmino: It took councilman Eric Ulrich, a Republican from Queens, more than a year to pass the bill because of Mayor Bill de Blasio's objections. De Blasio, who has faced criticism from the veteran advocate community, had said he did not believe creating an agency would necessarily help resolve issues plaguing that community, including homelessness, unemployment and mental illness.
"I think the concerns they had in the past were involving the fact they believe this agency might be more symbolic than substantive," Ulrich said. "Clearly with what the Council has outlined, that is not the case." In the end, both Ulrich and Mark-Viverito said the bill "went through the regular process" and the two were able to reach consensus throughout negotiations and bring the mayor on board. "I think the mayor realized that this was something that a lot of people supported - 45 members of the Council, the speaker. I think he realized this was going to happen, this was a snowball effect," Ulrich said. "I think that the mayor has the political maturity certainly to know that when something is inevitable you ought to get behind it and I'm glad that he is." http://politi.co/1ljCSLQ
-- RELATED -- First Report Under New Law Will Give Key Data to Coming Veterans Department -- Gotham Gazette's Samar Khurshid: Thanks to a previously passed bill sponsored by Council Member Paul Vallone, who sits on the Council's veterans affairs committee, the new department will have important data to help it direct resources for veterans. The new department will also be bolstered by fresh data generated by the city on use of services by veterans in seven key categories. Mandated by the Vallone-sponsored bill passed by the City Council in February, the data is supposed to help determine the degree to which veterans avail themselves of existing services designed to help them secure income and housing, and to identify areas where city government should strengthen or modify services to meet the needs of city veterans. http://bit.ly/1kLr988
PONTE STRUGGLES FOR BALANCE ON RIKERS REFORM - POLITICO New York's Gloria Pazmino: Department of Correction Commissioner Joseph Ponte faced fierce criticism on Tuesday from the rank-and-file correction officers union and from advocates pushing for reforms on Rikers Island. During a Board of Correction meeting, Ponte was interrupted by jail reform advocates shouting from their seats about the conditions in the jail.
Calling it an "isolated" event, Ponte said the officer, Raymond Calderon, had not been targeted for the attack. But Ponte admitted the event highlighted the struggle the department is facing in enacting reform while maintaining order in the jail. http://politi.co/1knR5Y2
HILLARYWATCH -- "Who Can Beat Hillary Clinton? After tonight's debate, more than a dozen political experts name the GOP candidates who'd be the most formidable debaters against Clinton" - Politico Magazine: With takes by Erick Erickson, Jill Lawrence, Rick Wilson, Bill Scher, Jeff Greenfield, Larry Sabato and Kyle Kondik, Brett O'Donnell, Doug Schoen, Ed Rollins, Michael Medved. http://politi.co/1WM9yOZ
IN DE BLASIO'S BACKYARD, CUOMO TACKLES ECONOMIC ANXIETY -- POLITICO New York's Dana Rubinstein, Jimmy Vielkind and Laura Nahmias: Declaring himself committed to "basic fairness and basic justice," Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced he would establish a "public sector minimum wage" of $15 an hour for state employees.
"This is about economic anxiety" in a society where the top 1 percent "have had 95 percent of the income growth and the bottom third is going backwards," the governor said during a union-organized rally in Manhattan's Foley Square. Public Advocate Tish James, city Comptroller Scott Stringer and U.S. Representative Charles Rangel stood smiling beside Cuomo, with the Municipal Building (which de Blasio recently renamed for David Dinkins) looming behind them. Cuomo says the minimum wage increase will cost the state about $20 million a year and will affect some 10,000 state workers. They won't see its impact for a while yet. The wage hike, which Cuomo is implementing unilaterally, won't go into effect until late 2018 in New York City, and mid-2021 statewide. http://politi.co/1knUvdj
THE HOME TEAMS -- POLITICO New York's Howard Megdal: Knicks 111, Raptors 109: Carmelo Anthony scored 25 points, but it was the 17 points, vital defensive stop late and consistent contributions of Lance Thomas that put the Knicks over the top in this road game against a good East team that the Knicks absolutely wouldn't have won in either of the past two seasons.
-- The day ahead: those Knicks now travel to Charlotte to take on old friend Jeremy Lin and the Hornets. The Nets go after win number... one in Houston.
#UpstateAmerica: A new mural at the Hyatt Regency shows 100 years of Buffalo history. http://bit.ly/1L9xWxQ
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In New York, nuclear energy plants provide 31 percent of the state's electricity and 61 percent of our carbon-free electricity. The existing nuclear energy plants in New York also support about 18,000 jobs and provide $2.5 billion to the state's GDP.
If we want to keep New York working, we need policies that will keep New York's state-of-the-art nuclear energy plants working for all of us. Join us at NuclearMatters.com. **
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