The following is an open letter to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, from Republican Party Chairman Ed Cox facebook leads.
New York Republicans listened to your 2013 State of the State address with great interest, eager to hear your plans to strengthen New York’s economy create logo for free download.
Unfortunately, New York is still the tax capital of the Nation, with the highest state debt per capita, the worst-in-the-Nation business climate and poverty and unemployment rates above the national average pferde pc spiele kostenlosen. Our current state budget contains $4.5 billion in temporary resources, including your temporary tax increase of $2.6 billion.
While we were heartened by your pledge not to raise taxes again and to reform our unemployment insurance and workers compensation schemes and our antiquated job training programs, there is still much more to be done to make New York competitive call of duty 1 download kostenlos vollversion deutsch.
Your address missed that mark by a wide margin. You proposed to use government funds to pick ten venture capital “winners.” When government picks winners, “Solyndras” result free photo viewer. The best way to provide investment capital for fledgling companies and to keep successful ones here is to stop taxing capital gains under New York’s punishing ordinary income tax regime musik downloaden und offline hören iphone.
And since small businesses create most new jobs, where are your proposals to reform that ordinary tax regime? What about proposals to eliminate corporate taxes on our steadily thinning critical mass of increasingly high tech manufacturing companies that are struggling and need capital to survive adobe player kostenlos herunterladen?
Your lack of executive action has killed the development of New York’s natural gas reserves, driving this new, high-tech industry – and nearly 60,000 new jobs – into Pennsylvania job simulator kostenlos downloaden.
Our extraordinary 2009 Republican victories highlighted voters’ frustrations with burgeoning property taxes, and the resulting bipartisan property tax cap put the brakes on rising property taxes anyconnect herunterladen. But local governments are still burdened with unfunded state mandates and use reserves or gimmicks to stay within the cap and still provide vital services iw elan. Why was your speech silent on unfunded mandate relief?
Charter, parochial and independent schools have been the proving grounds for the K-12 reforms you proposed, but received no mention. New York has the highest per pupil K-12 costs in the Nation, and these independent schools are doing a better job at a significantly lower costs. Support, in the form of tax credits or otherwise, for these schools should be on the table.
You were right to acknowledge that New York has experienced decades of decline. We need to do more than just manage that decline.
To reverse the trend, New York needs a pro-growth job creating agenda first and foremost.