When the New York Legislature passed a bill in July to impose new restrictions and oversight on public authorities, the legislation’s sponsor called it “the most thorough reform of the authority system in American history.”

But for Assemblyman ­Richard Brodsky, D-Westchester, who chairs the Committee on Corporations, Authorities, and Commissions, the passage of the bill didn’t signal the end of his effort to rein in what he has called “rogue agencies.”

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