Month: January 2019

  • STATUS CUOMO MEANS MORE OF THE SAME COMING FROM ALBANY

    Reclaim New York Initiative responds to Governor Cuomo’s litany of new taxes “After listening to his budget address, New Yorkers must be wondering if Andrew Cuomo confused math class with English. Heavy on rhetoric, it was more political posturing than a comprehensive spending plan. “Sprinkling in $1 billion in new education funding, $750 million in […]

  • RECLAIM NEW YORK INITIATIVE WINS BIG WITH GOVERNOR’S BUDGET PROPOSAL

    Statement from Reclaim New York Initiative in response to Cuomo’s endorsement of Procurement Integrity and FOIL for the Legislature “Our hat’s off to the Governor for finally joining Reclaim Initiative in endorsing greater transparency through FOIL for the state Legislature and endorsing procurement integrity. As we’ve said since the beginning, these two proposals are commonsense, […]

  • TAX CAP NO GOOD WITHOUT MANDATE RELIEF

    Statement from Reclaim New York Initiative in response to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Property Tax Cap Proposal “Albany’s penchant for kicking the can down the road knows no bounds. For eight years Andrew Cuomo has hailed the benefits of the property tax cap, yet New York property tax bills remain among the highest in the nation. […]

  • Will Your State Lawmaker Pledge to Defend New Yorkers?

    **Remember to fill out the forms below to tell your legislator to sign the Pledge To Defend New Yorkers**   Reclaim Initiative is calling on lawmakers across the State to sign our Pledge to Defend New Yorkers. We’re fighting to put more money back in your pocket, support small businesses, and crackdown on corruption. It’s […]

  • CUOMO’S SHOW LEAVES NEW YORK’S TAXPAYERS ON CUTTING ROOM FLOOR

    Statement from Reclaim New York Initiative in reaction to Andrew Cuomo’s third Inaugural Address: “For millions of people, Ellis Island represents hope and opportunity. Taxpayers were hoping that Governor Cuomo would use this speech to give them confidence that they will have the opportunity to build a life here. What they got was a flashy campaign-style video, […]