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Skelos surrenders in face of federal anti-corruption probe

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ALBANY – Federal prosecutors Monday accused Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos of a scheme involving extortion and bribes in which he sought to “monetize” his official position. Skelos helped steer private business to his son in return for influence on his “official actions” as the Legislature’s top Republican, according to... Read more »

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