The New York Times reports:
Former Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo was ordered to turn over roughly $5.1 million in proceeds from his 2020 pandemic memoir within 30 days, after a state ethics board found that he had run afoul of state ethics laws.
The board, the Joint Commission on Public Ethics, directed Mr. Cuomo on Tuesday to relinquish the money to the state attorney general’s office, and authorized the office to enforce the collection.
Mr. Cuomo has vowed to fight the resolution, which owing to its unique circumstance would seem to have little precedent, in court.
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Breaking News: Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo was ordered to turn over about $5.1 million in proceeds from his 2020 pandemic memoir to the state attorney general by a New York ethics board. https://t.co/9AuW3jf3oI
— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 14, 2021