Will Conviction Of NY Legislative Leader Prompt Ethics Reforms?

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The conviction of New York state Assembly speaker Sheldon Silver in one of the state’s highest-profile public-corruption cases in decades could signal a shift in the business of Albany and lead to further investigations of a capital with a long-standing reputation for questionable conduct, reports the Wall Street Journal. Silver was found guilty by a
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