Leaving New York
11:27 AM, Dec 27, 2013 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
Seems that New York is about to be overtaken by Florida as the nation’s third most populous state. As Jesse McKinley of the New York Times reports, this is:
And can be accounted for by the fact that:
No mention of unions, bloated state government, and political corruption. And, then, there is the matter of taxes. New York’s governor, Andrew Cuomo, is attempting to reinvigorate the upstate economy:
Which would seem to concede that low taxes stimulate economic growth. Florida has no personal income tax which many would, no doubt, find even more agreeable than semitropical weather.
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