Gov. Andrew Cuomo discusses budget plan at SUNY Old Westbury

Gov. Andrew Cuomo was on Long Island today to gain support for his proposed spending plan, outlined in his State of the State address. Cuomo

Cuomo laid out proposals to create jobs, boost the minimum wage and ensure equal rights for women.

Cuomo laid out proposals to create jobs, boost the minimum wage and ensure equal rights for women. (2/14/13)

OLD WESTBURY - Gov. Andrew Cuomo was on Long Island today to gain support for his proposed spending plan, outlined in his State of the State address.

Cuomo was at SUNY Old Westbury today, where he laid out proposals to create new jobs, boost the minimum wage and ensure equal rights for women.

Cuomo will continue to take his show on the road, traveling to different parts of the state to rally support for his budget.

Legislators say they expect to pass Cuomo's spending plan before the April 1 deadline.

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