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Andrew Cuomo strikes out on union donation tale: Cash from apple juice bigs didn’t go to labor pals

When Andrew Cuomo was found pocketing campaign cash from both sides in an upstate labor battle, aides twice claimed he’d handed the money from management to the union’s strike fund.

Just-released campaign finance records show otherwise – and confronted with this, Team Cuomo Tuesday backed off a story it had told for two months.

via Andrew Cuomo strikes out on union donation tale: Cash from apple juice bigs didn’t go to labor pals.

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And, for “Equal Time” in terms of onthewilderside, here is the latest about Carl Paladino’s potential conflicts of interest. Full Story: here.

…But even as he distances himself from self-dealing career politicians in his run for governor with a businessman-of-the-people persona, Paladino has been dogged by conflict of interest accusations in Buffalo for decades over his dealings in downtown parking issues.

The allegations date back at least 20 years and hinge on speculation that his substantial real estate holdings have benefited from his roles on the city Parking Board and as a board member of Buffalo Civic Auto Ramps Inc., a nonprofit corporation that manages parking lots for the city and is controlled by downtown landlords and developers…

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