For those who follow the path of legislation in Albany, its always a mystery whether something will pass and then whether it gets signed, or vetoed or just left on the table to automatically become law.
Governor Cuomo's pen holds significance for those with a stake in a special purpose law like the one on pensions for 12 local people caught in a snafu the making of others.
Other laws get signed for maximum impact from the press office, like those road namings signed on the eve of July 4.
Do they still teach, 'how a bill becomes a law' ?
Governor's desk cleared, for now - Times Union