(New York Post) It really pays to be in Albany!

For the first time since passing new ethics laws in 2011, the state has released detailed financial-disclosure forms for lawmakers, and they showed many raked in big bucks from outside income.

Even scandal-scarred pols were raking it in.

Sen. John Sampson, accused of siphoning money from escrow accounts of foreclosed real-estate properties, reported a $100,000 loan he received from a crooked real-estate developer who pleaded guilty to mortgage fraud.

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