Cuomo's $137B Budget Plan Eyes Campaign Reform, Tax Cuts

Law360, New York (January 21, 2014, 4:21 PM EST) -- New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday vowed to tackle policy controversies during budget negotiations, laying out a $137 billion spending blueprint that includes anti-corruption law and campaign reform, ties tax cuts to government consolidation and floats a $2 billion school project bond.

The Democratic governor's 2014-2015 budget proposal tops last year's $135 billion budget in terms of total spending by 1.3 percent but, with the state operating at a $2.2 billion surplus — instead of the huge deficits that had plagued the state — Cuomo said...
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