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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

NYSUT Files Legal Challenge Against Property Tax Cap

   Teachers have filed suit to get the state's two percent tax cap tossed on grounds it arbitrarily exacerbates the disparity between rich and poor school districts.
    The tax cap was not absolute anyway and was a hallmark of Governor Cuomo's first two years.
    NYSUT Files Legal Challenge Against Property Tax Cap

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

*exacerbates*

Idi Amin Duda said...

Cut Glee class first and see if that helps. I hate Glee!

Anonymous said...

Not counting Cuomo's terrible fiscal record at HUD,and his misappropriation of settlement monies when he was AG, the tax cap was the first fiscal gimmick he came up with.

Anonymous said...

I believe it is wrong for the people of NY to do anything that might limit the money pile our teachers have enjoyed for the past three decades. It would be terrible to cause those people stress. Do you know what it costs to go to the Bahamas three times a year? It's time for the taxpayer to make some sacrifices.

Anonymous said...

Just went to budget presentation for my kids school. Cuomo's 4.4% increase in school funding turns out to be a 3.8% decrease for my kids school. WTF!!!!

Anonymous said...

Only a school district can call an increase a cut, 7:33. Was there anyone there who could understand 7th grade math? I don't always swallow BS. But when I do, I swallow NYSUT BS. Stay stupid my friend.