Some local politicans declined to criticize Cuomo while others welcomed the mayor's comments.
The mayor said he expected some sort of revenge from the governor for his critical remarks. .
De Blasio's agenda for New York City took a beating in a tentative Albany legislative deal.
The tentative agreement still must be approved by the Assembly and the Senate.
The governor's blueprint to end AIDS requires the city match the state's funding for it, activists said.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Mayor Bill de Blasio want rent regulations strengthened.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says a strengthening of expired rent laws is the only solution.
Albany failed to stop rent stabilization laws from expiring.
The mayor made his comments during a telephone town hall with 14,000 seniors from AARP.
The unexpected vote was taken Wednesday. Police and fire unions criticized the move.
Fifty-two percent of voters believe Cuomo is part of the problem with ethics.
Political observers say the flare-ups between the two Democrats are all about power and control.
The mayor said the school system could return to the "bad old days" if mayoral control isn't renewed.
The bill seeking to reverse the reduction of disability pension will now go before the Assembly.
The allegations against Skelos and Silver may have irrevocably damaged rent protection laws.
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