New York's attorney general sues a former state university executive and the daughter of a once prominent legislative leader, claiming they filed fraudulent time sheets that cost the state 165,000 dollars. A complaint says John O'Connor allowed Susan Bruno to file reports overstating the hours she worked on 47 occasions after she was hired in 2003 at the Research Foundation of the State University of New York. She's the daughter of former Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno, who retired amid a corruption case that continues in the courts. Susan Bruno resigned in 2009 over questions about her qualifications. The lawsuit seeks triple the 165,000 dollars in pay and 564,000 dollars in civil penalties.