NY governor seeks to show he's still in charge

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Gov. David Paterson says he met with his personal attorney Saturday amid two scandals that threaten his job.He wouldn't comment further at Monday's Brooklyn town hall meeting on state budget issues.Paterson was peppered with questions about the state budget in a packed room of New Yorkers who appeared to care little about the scandals.Paterson also received some support from those attending the budget hearing. One said he supports the Democrat strongly and hopes Paterson will finish his term.Paterson emphasizes that he will use his authority to negotiate a budget with the Legislature.Paterson is being investigated for talking to a woman who accused his aide in a domestic violence case and for receiving free World Series tickets.

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