A man in the US has an unusual idea for generating economic activity off of Albany’s long history of ethically challenged lawmakers. He wants to open a museum of political corruption.

New York State Capitol in Albany.

New York State Capitol in Albany. Image by Jim Bowen / CC BY 2.0

Bruce Roter envisions a museum that would not only detail Albany’s many political scandals but also offer some possible solutions to corruption. Mr Roter is a music professor at Albany’s College of Saint Rose. He has been working on the project for two years. He is currently raising money and hopes to open the museum in about four years.

(Press Association)