NY proposal would limit outside income for lawmakers
ALBANY, N.Y. (WHEC)— A state proposal would limit how much outside income elected officials in New York could make.
The measure would limit outside income earned by statewide officeholders and legislators to 15% of their public salary. The bill is modeled after the federal law limiting outside income that can be earned by members of Congress.
Cuomo is currently being investigated over claims he used government resources to write his book, among other controversies.