SYRACUSE, NY (WRVO) – In the wake of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s resignation, state lawmakers say they’re turning their attention to the business at hand. Part of that will likely be working toward making Albany a more ethical place.
“We have an unfortunate history here in New York state that continues, and we need to turn that around,” said State Sen. John Mannion (D-Geddes). “People need to have faith in their elected leaders. That’s going to take legislation, and it’s going to take people in office doing the right thing.”
Lawmakers across party lines are looking for ways to bring more integrity to the state’s top office.
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