State officials: No public corruption anticipated in Tappan Zee Bridge project

The $3.9 billion project's contract includes huge penalties

The $3.9 billion project's contract includes huge penalties for delays and a potentially huge windfall for the contractor if the work is done on time or ahead of schedule. (April 9, 2013 6:00 PM)

One week after six politicians were arrested on corruption charges, state officials say they do not anticipate any problems with corruption surrounding the Tappan Zee project.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled a new bill Tuesday that would create a new class of public corruption crimes and enhance New York prosecutors' ability to crack down on public corruption across the state. People who are found...

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