Justin Wagner: No tax cuts for the wealthy

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Justin Wagner, a Democrat who wants to unseat state Sen. Greg Ball, R-Patterson, next year will unveil a plan Wednesday that prevent tax cuts for New Yorkers making more than $1 million a year. His policy announcement comes about a month before the state’s millionaires tax — which affects individuals who make more than $200,000 a year — is set to expire. Gov. Cuomo has opposed extending it, even as a poll last month showed most New Yorkers support it.

Wagner says his proposal will divert those tax revenues to education, which, he added, will make the choice one about cutting taxes for millionaires or funding education. He will detail his plan Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the Mount Kisco Library.

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  1. Brilliant. Take another trillion dollars and dump it down the sewers of “eduction.” That’s been TRIED, Wagner and FAILED. You must have slept through it. Get a job with the Post Office.

  2. The Great Carnack on

    First Class Right-Wing Loonie: Naw, dump it into the wallets of the Koch Bros. who should simply run the country. No education for the masses – let ’em do what they’re told by the Conservative Elites at Fox News, Talk Radio, Grover Norquist, Karl Rove, et. al.

    Wagner is right. First Class is far-right.