Convicted NY Political Boss Applies for $98G Pension

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Sheldon Silver, the former New York state assembly speaker, submitted his pension application papers the day after he was convicted of seven felonies in federal court this week, reports Syracuse.com. Under New York law, convicted public officials can keep their public pensions. The Empire Center, a government watchdog in Albany, has calculated that Silver’s annual
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