State legislators review Cuomo budget proposal

The governor says if the state continues to

The governor says if the state continues to hold spending at less than 2%, which he has pledged to do, and the economy continues to improve, that $2 billion surplus will be very real. (January 22, 2014 6:29 PM)

State legislators were back at work Wednesday afternoon getting their first look at the details of the proposed budget that Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposed Tuesday. Some say the budget has a little something for everybody, including a property tax freeze for Long Island residents, a tax credit for residents who rent in New York City and manufacturing incentives for those upstate. Critics say that the...

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