The Shaky State Budget: Preliminary Overview and Analysis BY Edmund. J. McMahon

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New York finally has a new state budget—more or less. On Aug. 3, the state Senate passed a bill containing nearly $800 million in tax hikes and other provisions that represent the final piece of the budget for the fiscal year that began April.  Passage of the 2010-11 appropriation bills was completed by the Legislature June 28–after which Gov David Paterson vetoedthousands …

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The Shaky State Budget: A Preliminary Overview and Analysis BY E.J. McMAHON

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New York finally has a new state budget—more or less.   NEW YORK, NY, July 7, 2010 — On June 28, the Legislature passed the last in a series of appropriation bills authorizing spending for the state’s 2010-11 fiscal year, which began April 1.  Gov David Paterson promptly vetoed thousands of line items added by the Legislature, mainly legislative pork-barrel …

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Hall’s Votes to Protect Consumers and Hold Wall Street Accountable

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 Washington, DC, June 30, 2010 — Congressman John Hall (NY-19) and his colleagues in the House of Representatives voted to put an end to years of Wall Street and big banks operating without accountability.

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