- Bulletin #19, July 14,
1999: We can't leave banks and insurers out of coming tax cuts
- Bulletin #18, July 12,
1999: Our taxes are lower - but New York is still a high-tax state
- Bulletin #17, June 30,
1999: What do a ton-mileage tax cut, EITC have in common?
- Bulletin #16, June 29,
1999: News of more spending, one-shots: What about tax cuts?
- Bulletin #15, June 28,
1999: Tax cuts are working for New York - we need to do more
- Bulletin #14, June 22,
1999: More school aid from Albany won't cut property taxes
- Bulletin #13, June 15,
1999: Hospitals want still more money. How much is enough?
- Bulletin #12, June 8,
1999: Please, Mr. Rivera, look at the facts about Medicaid
- Bulletin #11, June 7,
1999: Medicaid costs far too much - we can't go backward now
- Bulletin #10, June 3,
1999: New York's disproportionate spending on training of MDs
- Bulletin #9, June 1,
1999: We're still paying for big-spending budgets of years ago.
- Bulletin #8, May 26,
1999: More state aid won't cut local taxes. Mandate relief will.
- Bulletin #7, May 24,
1999: To stimulate Upstate, cut taxes. To do that, cut spending.
- Bulletin #6, May 17,
1999: Back to the future? Not!
- Bulletin #5, May 5,
1999: Health-care cuts? What health-care cuts?
- Bulletin #4, May 3,
1999: Education cuts? What education cuts?
- Bulletin #3, April
29, 1999: Health care being 'slashed'? We've heard it all before
- Bulletin #2, April
26, 1999: Just The Facts: New York State is a leader in
- Bulletin #1, April
12, 1999: Surplus? What surplus? Long-term, New York has none
- News Release, May 6, 1999
- Most school districts raised taxes by more than inflation rate, study shows;
taxpayers' savings from 'STAR' program at risk
- News Release, April 8,
1999 - Big spending increase could bring back 'The Disaster Years,'
Business Council report says
Briefing Paper, April 1999 - Remember the last time Albany spent
more than we can afford?
The City of New York Independent Budget Office's Web site has an interactive guide designed to help give you a sense of how the government spends the money you pay in state and federal income taxes. Click here for more details...