Watch Video: Andrew Cuomo's Plan to Clean Up Albany
The Cuomo Campaign today announced it will air the second in a series of TV ads, this one focusing on Cuomo’s ethics reform plan, in order to build support for Cuomo’s New NY Agenda.
Included in Cuomo’s 20-point ethics plan:
- Fight the influence of lobbyists and special interests by lowering contribution limits and restricting lobbyists' contributions during the legislative session.
- Provide for independent investigations of the Executive Branch and Legislature
- Outlaw pay-to-play where individuals and corporations who do business with the state have inappropriate access.
- Create an independent redistricting panel to keep politics out of the process of establishing legislative districts.
Check out www.CleanUpAlbanyNOW.com to learn more and read Andrew's full 20-point plan.
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