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Republicans defend tax credit plan at Bayside meet

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A sparsely attended state Assembly meeting with Bayside community leaders at the Clearview Senior Center last Thursday yielded criticism of a Republican plan to provide working families with a $1,500 per child education tax credit.

State Assemblyman Mike Spano (R-Yonkers) and Assemblywoman Maureen O

Posted 7:03 pm, October 10, 2011
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