Let's not forget Bill de Blasio and his wanting to take all the teamster horse and buggies off the roads.

The latest public clash between Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio reveals the separate -- and often competing -- labor alliances of New York's best-known elected Democrats.
The mayor's stance also puts him on the same page as the Real Estate Board of New York -- which isn't exactly a left-wing front group. Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen this week said that requiring union pay rates could mean thousands of below-market units won't be created.

On the opposing side, Cuomo -- whose campaign contributions from major real estate figures are unsurpassed in New York -- has attacked the mayor's plan as "a sweetheart deal" for big developers.
Andrew Cuomo, Bill de Blasio divide sees unions on both sides - Newsday