Budget

New York could receive $23.3 billion in federal aid through President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package.
New York state and local governments would get a total of $23.3 billion in federal assistance under draft COVID-19 relief package.
New York State Budget Director Robert Mujica on Jan.19.
His proposed state budget includes ideas big and small to help close a multibillion-dollar deficit.
How does New York State make - and spend - it's money?
How does New York make – and spend – its money?
Governor Andrew Cuomo
Legislators, advocates and the Cuomo administration are girding for a multi-front tilt in the weeks before the governor has to present his budget in January.
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli with Governor Cuomo in 2019.
Without loans or money from the feds, de Blasio says the city will face steep cuts.
Senator Chuck Schumer
GOP-led Senate would likely mean less COVID-19 relief funding.
Wealthy New Yorkers complain about potential tax hikes while the city reaches a fiscal cliff.
While the city approaches a fiscal cliff, the most powerful New Yorkers complain about possible tax hikes.
State lawmakers have been waiting for Cuomo to finalize a budget.
The storyline of fixing the state’s budget deficit remains as unresolved as ever.
Syracuse is one of the top three cities that could see the worst declines in revenue during the Coronavirus.
Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse are likely to face some of the worst revenue shortfalls among major cities in the country.
Governor Andrew Cuomo
Lawmakers don’t have much more time to institute budget cuts.
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