New York State lawmakers have dropped a plan by former Governor Eliot Spitzer to raise taxes on millionaires.
The state's new governor, David Paterson (pictured), has been working with legislators in the New York State Assembly and Senate on crafting a budget in time for the deadline. The former lieutenant governor took over as governor from Spitzer on March 17 in the wake of a call-girl scandal.
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