A Taxpayer Legislation Report from
talk the talk
when it comes
walks the walk.
Actions speak louder than words!
Dealing with everyday economic conditions, Bill Reilich knows that the only way to balance a budget is to cut spending
to reflect the revenue coming in.
The Fiscal Year 2010-11 Proposed Budget increases spending by nearly $1 billion over Fiscal Year 2009-10 and increases taxes by $1 billion.
This proposed budget will lead to a state deficit of $29 billion over the next four years.
Bill knows this is the wrong time for tax and spending increases. Bill’s plan to reduce the cost of government is to:
“I have voted against tax increases over 350 times.
Less taxes – more jobs; that’s my agenda and my promise to you.”
Enact a spending cap which would prohibit the state from spending beyond its means and increasing state deficits for future generations.
Reduce spending across the board when revenues drop so no special interest groups are able to influence how money is spent.
Eliminate the need for a midyear Deficit Reduction Plan (DRP) by budgeting below the Comptroller’s revenue forecast.
2465 West Ridge Road
Rochester, NY 14626
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