Idea for museum of corruption blooms in Albany
Oct 29, 2015 12:02 am
Michael DeMasi in The Albany Business Review reports that Bruce Roter, a music professor at the College of St. Rose, is serious about building a Museum of Political Corruption in Albany. "It's funny, but it's serious at the same time," Roter said. "Political corruption is a serious subject. If this can make the whole subject less complicated, if people feel empowered they can do something or have a say about the governance in our state, then I think they are doing a tremendous service to our community." Read the full story in The Albany Business Review.