Newsday | April 24, 2019 | Celeste Hadrick
Lynbrook homeowner Dennis Duffy filed suit Wednesday to force Nassau County Executive Laura Curran to reveal the computer formula used to calculate home values included in her countywide property tax reassessment.
The Journal News | February 1, 2019 | Joseph Spector
State Sen. Tom O’Mara said he is considering a legal fight using his campaign cash over a committee’s decision in December to restrict state lawmakers’ outside income.
Courthouse News Service | April 1, 2019 | Nick Rummell
Despite being among the highest paid state legislators in the country, 11 Republican New York lawmakers Friday to overturn a new rule restricting how much money they can earn in outside income.
New York Times | January 12, 2019
To keep a legislative pay increase but lose new restrictions on lawmakers’ outside income, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie is piggybacking onto a lawsuit by a conservative legal group that is seeking to overturn the raise.
News10 | January 11, 2019
A judge in Albany heard the first arguments regarding the lawsuit against the state regarding the pay commission’s decision to raise lawmakers salaries but also block outside income.
News12 Westchester | December 16, 2018
The recent decision to increase state lawmaker’s salaries and to change rules for serving the Legislature is illegal, according to a conservative group.
NY Daily News | December 14, 2018 | Kenneth Lovett
The conservative Government Justice Center filed the lawsuit Friday morning in Albany Supreme Court on behalf of Assemblyman Michael Fitzpatrick (R-Suffolk County), Bronx resident Roxanne Delgado, and Saratoga County residents Robert Arrigo and David Buchyn.
New York Post | December 14, 2018
Here’s a bump in the road for the scheme to make New York’s legislators the highest-paid in the nation: The Albany-based Government Justice Center is filing suit to have the whole thing tossed out as flagrantly violating the state Constitution.
Times Union | December 10, 2018 | Rachel Silberstein
In the latest effort to scuttle the state’s climate change litigation against ExxonMobil, the conservative-leaning Government Justice Center has filed a complaint with the state’s Joint Commission on Public Ethics accusing the attorney general’s office of misconduct.
The Telegraph | December 7, 2018 | Rachel Silberstein
In the latest effort to scuttle the state’s climate change litigation against ExxonMobil, the conservative-leaning Government Justice Center has filed a complaint with the state’s Joint Commission on Public Ethics accusing the attorney general’s office of misconduct