Pataki Uses Vetoes to Cut $2.7 Billion From Budget

Whalen, Robert
April 2006
Bond Buyer;4/13/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32360, p44
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The article reports that New York Governor George Pataki has used his veto powers to cut 2.7 billion dollars from the budget. Pataki viewed the provisions as unconstitutional because lawmakers had added them to his executive budget proposal. Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno believes that the priorities of the governor are wrong and misplaced.


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