Tuesday, January 7, 2014

“They are in profound conflict on economic policy,” said Richard Brodsky, a former state assemblyman, of Mayor Bill de Blasio, left, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, right. “But this ideological conflict is also about who is going to have primacy,” Mr. Brodsky added.
“They are in profound conflict on economic policy,” said Richard Brodsky, a former state assemblyman, of Mayor Bill de Blasio, left, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, right. “But this ideological conflict is also about who is going to have primacy,” Mr. Brodsky added.

Clash of Priorities Sets Up Cuomo-de Blasio Showdown on Pre-K Push

Mayor Bill de Blasio wants state officials to approve a tax on the rich to pay for prekindergarten classes, but Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo wants to cut taxes.
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