You've just been elected the new Attorney General of New York-- what's the first thing you're going to do? Prove that you can throw down fisticuffs just as well, if not better than your predecessor, that's what.
Andrew Cuomo's election to the New York Attorney General's job doesn't mean the battle over Dick Grasso's disputed $187.5 [million] paycheck will be any less of a battle.
Cuomo is said to favor taking Grasso's case to its bitter end, just as Spitzer would have done. "No one's backing down on this one," said one party familiar with the case.
GRASSO PAY SUIT CUOMO'S PRIORITY [NY Post]