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Pay to Play Hokuru continues to keep Cuomo's worst tradition

Governor Kathy Hochul continues to embrace and propagate the worst traditions of his disgraced predecessor Andrew Cuomo. 

This week, Russ Maxwell and his wife, his Morgan McDole,owned his Medicaid services company, closed contracts with eight states. I heard the news that you got it. And the couple are big donors to Hochul (and Cuomo).

Indeed, it looks like a classic example of Albany-style pay-to-play: State rules are maddeningly open to anyone bidding on state contracts. We do not prohibit or restrict large donations to the Governor. supervise. (New York City limits contributions from bidders and contractors to $400.)

Notably, contributions to Maxwell's campaign were awarded to Cuomo in 2012. It kicked in at $25,000 and was noticeably less until his company soon won. Contract or renew. Maxwell has given Ho-chul more than his $32,000 since 2018. McDoll said he was given over $52,000 (plus $20,000 to state Democrats) in his one year. 

All this is ugly about Hochul's COVID "emergency powers" suspending several state purchase laws that allowed the state to pay another medical company. $300,000 were paid for her campaign) was a staggering $637 million to test the device. 

Russ Maxwell
Russ Maxwell is his Hochul donor and in the past he was a Cuomo donor. ROI like

are only possible in Empire states. 

Hochul has made a lot of shady moves regarding campaign funding. He failed to properly account for corporate donations and may have rushed to obtain a liquor license for campaign donors. And let's not forget the fact that her husband happens to be a senior executive at the company, likely to keep Hochul's huge Bills-stadium Boondoggle concession deal. 

Needless to say,will not upgrade the station, butwill contribute to Ho-chul's giant development dream for Penn Station's deal. Not to mention the insane rush of mega-donor Stephen Ross.

The government's vow to bring a new era of transparency to Albany has long been in tatters. Here all that is evident is Ho-chul's lukewarm enthusiasm for pleasing powerful donors.