It's back to business for New York Gov. David Paterson, who's holding a town hall meeting in Brooklyn.
The subject at Monday's meeting is to be the state budget, not the two scandals that have some politicians calling for his resignation.
The attorney general is investigating whether the governor, his staff and his security detail illegally contacted a woman who accused an aide of domestic violence. A state panel has also accused him of lying to investigators about his intention to pay for 2009 World Series tickets.
Paterson repeated Sunday at a Brooklyn church that he's determined to run the state through the end of the year.
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