This is a three-year fishing expedition that smells really really bad and it really stinks, in plain EnglishFormer N.Y. Majority Leader Bruno charged Jan 23, 2009
Judges don't need to sue to get a raise; they need to step up pressure on the state Assembly to actJudges seek justice -- and a pay raise Apr 11, 2008
I hear from other members of my conference that the governor has been extremely nasty about me and my leadership when he talks to them, and I think it's unfortunate that the governor of this state stoops as low as he does with personal attacks and threats against people with whom he disagreesWar of words taking place in New York Jul 08, 2007
When it gets public, you are all going to become excited, interested, and will want to write about itTrump said to be mulling gubernatorial bid Dec 30, 2005
Extending the smoking ban statewide is being negotiated between the (New York State) Senate and AssemblyNYC smoking ban may extend statewide Mar 11, 2003
Joseph L. Bruno (born April 8, 1929) is an American businessman and Republican politician. He was the Temporary President of the New York State Senate and its majority leader. Most recently he also served as Lieutenant Governor of New York (Acting).
On June 23, 2008, Bruno announced that he would not seek reelection to the State Senate in 2008. On June 24, 2008, Bruno stepped down from the positions of Senate Majority Leader and "temporary president of the senate", but remained a State Senator. On July 18, 2008, Bruno resigned from the New York State Senate. He represented the 43rd New York State Senate District.
On January 23, 2009, Bruno was indicted on eight counts of corruption, including mail and wire fraud.