ALBANY - (AP) - Three people familiar with the negotiationssay Gov. Andrew Cuomo has struck a tentative deal with legislativeleaders on the major elements of an overhaul of ethics enforcementin New York state government. The tentative agreement struck Thursday was scheduled to beannounced as early as Friday according to the people. They spoke onthe condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized tocomment before the announcement in New York City. The reform will replace the current Commission on PublicIntegrity created in 2007 under ethics reform by then-Gov. EliotSpitzer. The new agency would for the first time police the executive andlegislative branches and lobbying. Lawmakers would have to discloseinformation about their law clients. Cuomo spokesman Josh Vlasto says there is no final deal.