Smerd, Jeremy; Kavanaugh, Shane Dixon
April 2012
Crain's New York Business;4/30/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 18, p0008
The article reports on the move of Dan Garodnick to attack incumbent New York City comptroller John Liu. Garodnick mentions that Liu's own audits of city agencies were overly aggressive and has jabbed his cozy relationship with labor unions as well as the support he has given for a new pension level enacted despite the objections of public-sector unions. He affirms that his experience as a corporate securities litigator prepared him to oversee the pension funds that Liu has managed.


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