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A taxing question: Free lunch or fair deal?

March 29, 1998. Counterpoint: “Only businesses would benefit from the changes,” by Frank J. Mauro, Times Union. One of a pair of op eds, with the opposite point of view taken by Daniel B. Walsh of the Business Council.… (read more)

Corporate Tax Policy and the Right to Know: Improving State Tax Policymaking by Enhancing Legislative and Public Access

December 1993. A report prepared for the Fiscal Policy Institute by Richard D. Pomp, the Alva P. Loiselle Professor of Law at the University of Connecticut’s School of Law and the former Executive Director of New York State’s Legislative Tax Study Commission.… (read more)

The TANF Emergency Contingency Fund: How New York Could Use It

August 11, 2009. Part III – How New York Could Use the TANF Emergency Contingency Fund – is the third of a series of briefs that looks into the rules governing the new Emergency Contingency Fund (ECF), reviews New York’s experience with the regular Contingency Fund, and explores the situations under which New York may qualify for ECF funds.

Also see Part I and Part II (June 11, 2009) – The Basics, and New York’s Experience with the Regular Contingency … (read more)