Jay Jochnowitz

State Editor, Albany Times Union

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State Editor for the Albany Times Union

Jay Jochnowitz on KCRW

Ethics crusader Eliot Spitzer has been driven from office by a long-time association with expensive prostitutes.

The Transition of Power in New York State

Ethics crusader Eliot Spitzer has been driven from office by a long-time association with expensive prostitutes.

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Republican leaders in Albany are threatening impeachment if Democratic Governor Elliot Spitzer doesn't resign in 48 hours.

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Republican leaders in Albany are threatening impeachment if Democratic Governor Elliot Spitzer doesn't resign in 48 hours.

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