Cuomo ethics probe could die with outgoing commission
ALBANY — Former Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo was supposed to face an ethics hearing last month to find out if he broke the law by using state employees to help produce a book that earned him millions of dollars.
But a presiding officer overseeing the hearing moved the date to September 15, according to a filing from Cuomo’s legal team on Thursday — and by then the state’s Joint Commission on Public Ethics will no longer exist. , throwing the future of the one-year survey. in question.