Congestion pricing. Education spending. Preventing the affluent from getting doubly taxed by Trump’s new tax plan.
There were a lot of competing priorities to be resolved in this year’s roughly $170 billion New York State budget, which by Friday morning was in the very last stages of negotiation. With a $4.4 billion deficit hanging over Albany, legislators said there wasn’t a lot of leeway for new spending this year.
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