Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo: Reporter's question a 'disservice' to women

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"I could tell you later in great detail, if you're interested", Dewitt responded.

Cuomo held the second call on his own December 7 from the executive chamber in the state Capitol, as reporters camped outside the door.

Cuomo said Republicans are proposing what they call a "compromise" that would permit people "to deduct up to $10,000 in income and property taxes".

People stymied in their attempts to dig out public information from government agencies in NY will now be eligible to have their attorney's fees repaid if they win court cases over stalled Freedom of Information Law inquiries. Hoyt announced in October he was leaving his job at the Empire State Development Corporation over the sexual assault allegations.

"Is your administration going to do anything differently to maybe be a little more aware", Dewitt asked.

Both Cuomo and De Blasio praised New Yorkers and those who have sworn to protect them, including the NYPD, and first responders.

"We will have policies in state government, obviously, that affects state government", he said.

"Limiting the problem to one man, political party or profession misses the whole point of the "me too" moment". The tack makes strategic sense considering the governor's need to rise above state-level imbroglios and raise his national stature, as he hopes to win re-election by a wide margin next year and remain in the top tier of potential Democratic presidential contenders. It's not state government, it's society. "It's society. It was Harvey Weinstein in the arts industry, it's comedians, it's politicians, it's chefs".

"In other words, a person who is found guilty of a crime that results in him not being able to buy or own a gun under federal law can keep the one he already possessed under NY law", Paulin said in a statement. It's not just Charlie Rose, it's not just Matt Lauer, it's not just journalists. "It's societal. Understand the breadth of the problem".

But the governor has failed to understand that the buck stops with him when it comes to harassment in New York State government. Do people who have experience get hired by government? He said there would be additional proposals for how sexual misconduct is handled for all state employees, including those in the executive and legislative branches. In 2003, aide to Speaker Sheldon Silver, Michael Boxley, was arrested in a rape case.

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