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Governor draws hard line for tax cap during Peekskill appearance

PEEKSKILL – Governor Cuomo continued to make his rounds across the state Wednesday talking up the state’s fiscal condition and the impact the new federal “SALT” law has on income tax deductions. He is pushing for making permanent the two percent tax cap he implemented some six years ago.

“If that legislature does not pass a permanent tax property tax cap, this hand will never sign that state budget,” the governor said.

In Peekskill, Cuomo emphasized that all the states being negatively impacted by the new federal tax deduction cap are Democratic. He suggested they are being punished by the Republican Trump Administration.


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