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Green Party New York: Howie Hawkins in Westchester: “Close Indian Point,” Presents Plan to Reduce Property Taxes

Howie  Hawkins, the Green Party candidate for Governor [of New York], called today for rapid major  investment in renewable clean energy sources so as to move us to a carbon free  energy system within a decade. He released his Climate Change plan, which  includes a shut down of Indian Point and other nuclear power plants, opposing  proposals in the State Energy Master Plan to develop up to 20 nuclear plants as  a way to reduce climate change. Hawkins described a five point plan to reduce local  property taxes, including a state takeover of the local contributions to  Medicaid; enactment of a state single payer health care system; compliance with  existing state law on state revenue sharing; and increased state funding of  local schools. Hawkins plans to  redirect revenue from the flawed STAR Property Tax Relief Program to target  relief to those who most need it though an expanded property tax circuit  breaker.

via Green Party New York » Blog Archive » Howie Hawkins in Westchester: “Close Indian Point,” Presents Plan to Reduce Property Taxes.

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