Cuomo decries 'assault on New York taxpayers' as governor plans $306B in new infrastructure developments
Added 01-14-21 02:29:02pm EST - “New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo? on Thursday accused the federal government of shortchanging New York as he simultaneously demanded the federal government cover the state's deficit and laid out plans for massive new infrastructure developments.” - Foxnews.com
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday accused the federal government of shortchanging New York as he simultaneously demanded the federal government cover the state's deficit and laid out plans for massive new infrastructure developments.
Cuomo had alluded to his demands of more federal money for New York in earlier parts of his series of State of the State addresses. But in the fourth episode of the series Thursday, the governor went out of his way to emphasize that he believes the federal government has long wronged the Empire State.
"We've established that the state's short-term $15 billion economic deficit must be addressed by Washington and the inarguable truth that Washington has assaulted New York for the past four years and that we must demand justice and fairness from Washington," Cuomo said.
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