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Outlook grim for tax cap bill

Measure not likely to come up for vote this session

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Gov. David Paterson’s program bill to stop school districts from raising property taxes more than 4 percent a year appears dead in the water this legislative session. The bill seems unlikely to pass either the Senate or Assembly. Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno, R-Brunswick, deflected questions about Paterson’s bill Tuesday, complaining that the media has devoted insufficient attention to Senate bills that he said would control taxes and spending. Dan Weiller, chief spokesman for Assembly ...


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