This Democratic Guv Gets It

Forbes, Steve
May 2008
Forbes Asia;5/5/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p10
The author comments on the stance of New York Governor David Paterson, opposing the proposed tax increase in the state. Paterson is joined by New York City's mayor, Michael Bloomberg. It is also speculated that Paterson may halt the use of eminent domain in aiding private developers. Before his election as lieutenant governor, David Paterson had called for a statewide moratorium on the use of eminent domain for this purpose.


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