Albany may get Museum of Political Corruption

"I didn't want to simply throw up my hands in frustration at all of the corruption.  I wanted to see if there is something we can do about it."  -Bruce Roter, founder Museum of Political Corruption

From eating oysters on the taxpayers' dime to bid-rigging to promising governmental favors in exchange for cushy jobs for their kids, New York politicians have a record when it comes to ethical lapses.  Bruce Roter believes that voter education could make a difference.  In this podcast with Diane Donato, Roter talks about his concept for a Museum of Political Corruption, including potential exhibits that would help shine a light on those who have fought corruption. 

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