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Time for a Trim

Cuomo tells fundraiser audience he plans to cut taxes next year.

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Aug. 27, 2013, 6:54 a.m.

At a Long Is­land fun­draiser on Sat­urday, Gov. An­drew Cuomo (D) “told those at­tend­ing that he would re­duce taxes next year, ac­cord­ing to some people who heard his ad­dress at the gov­ernor’s cam­paign event/con­cert.” (Al­bany Times Uni­on)

CARL STILL TALK­ING: 2010 GOP nom­in­ee Carl Paladino, who now serves on Buf­falo’s school board, “is now drop­ping his strongest hints yet that he will run again in 2014 if (and it’s a big ‘if’)” As­sembly­man Steve McLaugh­lin (R) “or any oth­er Re­pub­lic­an ap­pears un­able to mount a cred­ible ef­fort against Cuomo. … Paladino says he may once again run — this time on the Con­ser­vat­ive line. He thinks he could sur­pass a weak, un­re­cog­nized and poorly fun­ded Re­pub­lic­an to es­tab­lish the Con­ser­vat­ives as New York’s loy­al op­pos­i­tion.” (Buf­falo News)
Kev­in Bren­nan

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