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The legislation would clamp down on nonprofits like Mayor Bill de Blasio's Campaign for One New York.

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The mayor says he has not been called to testify before a grand jury.

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The mayor said it's 'ridiculous' to think there's anything wrong with his 'agents of the city' advisers.

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City argues in court filing that the mayor should be able to keep emails with non-city advisers secret.

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Mayor says taxpayer money will only be used to defend city employees.

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The mayor still believes the ethics panel is on a "fishing expedition" and "beyond its jurisdiction."

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The agency investigating the Campaign for One New York has the authority to demand the records.

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Records show that James Capalino also gave more than $5,000 in iPads to a city agency he lobbies.

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Board clears re-election team of coordinating with Campaign for One New York, yet urges new rules.   

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The lobbyist, James Capalino, is also one of Mayor Bill de Blasio's top fundraisers.

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A new poll also found that most voters found the mayor's actions unethical — but not illegal.

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Federal and city prosecutors are reportedly investigating the $52 million Brooklyn Heights Library sale.

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The move comes after the lifting of a deed restriction on the Lower East Side led to a lucrative sale.

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The Campaign for One New York won't say who donated money and then asked for it back.

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Rebecca Katz and Hayley Prim received the OK from the city ethics board but some question the decision.