Albany, NY (WIBX) - State lawmakers may want a pay raise, but a new report finds some of them seemingly can't be bothered to show up to work.

A "New York Daily News" review of legislative attendance records found that at least a dozen lawmakers missed ten or more days during the last legislative session in Albany.
 
Seven legislators missed 20 or more days, close to one-third of the Legislature's 2012 session.