Gov. Cuomo called plans in Washington to eliminate state and local tax deductibility a “modern form of treason” — and urged New York’s congressional delegation to block the anti-New York measures or face a voter backlash. “I think it’s a modern-day form of treason and they have to be held accountable,” Cuomo said on NY1...
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