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–Well-known attorney Barry Slotnick says he doesn’t think Sheldon Silver will be going to prison. [Daily News]

–The Times editorial board endorses Yuh-Line Niou in the upcoming Democratic Primary in the 65th Assembly District. [New York Times]

–Local activists are planning a protest at City Hall today after a screening panel found that State Supreme Court Judge Doris Ling-Cohan is not qualified for re-election. [New York Post]

–Progressive activist Bertha Lewis is turning on Mayor de Blasio, calling him “dismissive” and “arrogant.” She was especially dismayed by his handling of the Rivington House matter: “Either you’re incompetent or you don’t want to know what happened. It’s incompetence or corruption. Both of them are bad.” [New York Post]

–Editorial: In the Rivington House scandal, “the taint is entirely on (Mayor) de Blasio, no matter how many lobbyists he decides to give the silent treatment… He paints a distorted picture of lobbyists as snakes that invaded the sanctum of City Hall and now need to be exorcised. In truth, the poison oozes from the mayor who invited the lobbyists and donors in to feed at his political profit.” [Daily News]

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