Report as Cuomo Casts Cuts

March 24, 2011
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What would a governor do if he was in the situation of fixing and putting an end to the deficit of an entire state? The answer to this question can evidently be answered by examining the famous governor of NY, Andrew Cuomo. The beginning takes place in the famous state of NY, which has been known for countless things. This consists of New York’s wonderful city, contributions to culture and art, great minds and thinkers, and, unfortunately, its deficit. When a deficit comes, there is always a road to recovery. The journey along this bumpy road begins with Cuomo’s 132.9 billion dollars. This is the amount of money that is supposed to be administered and dealt with in Cuomo’s budget cuts. According to many people, one quantity has the potential to change a state, carry us through this journey, and save the state from a terrible future. This plan, according to Cuomo, is supposed to improve the financial planning for school districts and healthcare providers. Just how does Cuomo’s solution work in order to achieve this goal? The answer to that question is extremely complex. Let’s observe this solution in detail, and travel down the road together.
The beginning of an important journey is not always so simple. Cuomo’s budget plan is extremely complex and thorough, contrary to popular belief, of course. Cuomo, with his plans, is intent on reducing 982 million dollars in healthcare spending. In compensation for this decision, governor Cuomo plans on spending an additional 1.5 billion dollars in improving school budgets and renovating school districts and systems. What can this decision do for a NY citizen or traveler, which could be your local teacher, friend, or neighbor? Well, perhaps it would be better to observe the opinions of your local teacher, friend or neighbor first before providing commentary on this risky venture.
With all budget plans, and when going through a journey there must be some controversy/obstacles and criticism behind the decision to pass the budget plans. Cuomo’s budget plan focuses on laying off nearly 10,000 workers. How can a worker deal with losing his job? How would the reader of this article deal with losing his job? Obviously certain travelers wouldn’t want to travel without any benefit to them. In an interview with Reuters.com, Director of State Operations Howard Glaser said, "We are working hard to wield a scalpel, not an ax, on labor costs". This, however, is not always appealing to other individuals or travelers, as was stated before. In addition to this, in reference to Tiers V and VI of the budget plans, in an interview with Reuters.com the two unions said, "Tier V reform was just implemented with union help in 2010 (and) designed to save taxpayers $35 billion," the two unions said in a statement. They added, "There are no immediate savings to be gained by a Tier VI reform." This can be considered a typical argument open to further debate and controversy. Will this controversy serve as an obstacle in our journey across the road to recovery? Perhaps, but maybe Cuomo can find a way around this obstacle



Obviously, there is often more than just “a little” criticism regarding an event as important as those covered by Cuomo, just as a road has more than a small amount of obstacles. Further criticism comes from the idea that NY is just in general being unproductive with its managing of budget cuts and salaries. Teachers and individuals involved with the healthcare situation within the state of NY claim that the budget cuts will negatively affect areas involved with teaching and healthcare. It is, according to people such as these, a terrible idea to go through with Cuomo’s new budget plan.
The journey continues with more criticism, more obstacles, and more liabilities. It has evidently been reported that Mr. Cuomo considered earlier budget cuts by previous governors as unproductive “shams”. This statement, however, has negatively impacted Governor Cuomo’s popularity and public image with certain individuals. It has been recorded by the NY Times, for example, that a recent teachers’ union TV ad criticized the budget cuts for the way that the cuts are implemented. The television commercial asserts that the cuts will ultimately hurt education within the state and is instead replaced by tax breaks for the wealthy.
In an interview with The New York Times, the results of a portion of the budget cuts have apparently pleased Cuomo. “It actually worked out better than I even thought, to tell you the truth,” Cuomo is confident that there are no other roads to take to find success. Cuomo has apparently been capable of turning enemies into allies, and has new partners to accompany him in his journey. Those who once criticized his plans are now supportive of them.
How would a man deal with such controversy, pressure and stress all at once? How would any individual deal with such a difficult situation? That answer can be reached by observing Cuomo’s reaction to the negative comments. Although heavily criticized, Cuomo disregards any statements made against him. Cuomo is instead intent on continuing with his plans and going against the opinions of many. Do you agree with this statement? Would you or your friends believe in this statement? Can one man truly save a state from deficit? The answer is truly up to the individuals who are affected by the budget cuts. In the near future, it could be their opinions that determine Cuomo’s place in history as a pioneer or a failure.

What would a governor do if he was in the situation of fixing and putting an end to the deficit of an entire state? The answer to this question can evidently be answered by examining the famous governor of NY, Andrew Cuomo. The beginning takes place in the famous state of NY, which has been known for countless things. This consists of New York’s wonderful city, contributions to culture and art, great minds and thinkers, and, unfortunately, its deficit. When a deficit comes, there is always a road to recovery. The journey along this bumpy road begins with Cuomo’s 132.9 billion dollars. This is the amount of money that is supposed to be administered and dealt with in Cuomo’s budget cuts. According to many people, one quantity has the potential to change a state, carry us through this journey, and save the state from a terrible future. This plan, according to Cuomo, is supposed to improve the financial planning for school districts and healthcare providers. Just how does Cuomo’s solution work in order to achieve this goal? The answer to that question is extremely complex. Let’s observe this solution in detail, and travel down the road together.
The beginning of an important journey is not always so simple. Cuomo’s budget plan is extremely complex and thorough, contrary to popular belief, of course. Cuomo, with his plans, is intent on reducing 982 million dollars in healthcare spending. In compensation for this decision, governor Cuomo plans on spending an additional 1.5 billion dollars in improving school budgets and renovating school districts and systems. What can this decision do for a NY citizen or traveler, which could be your local teacher, friend, or neighbor? Well, perhaps it would be better to observe the opinions of your local teacher, friend or neighbor first before providing commentary on this risky venture.
With all budget plans, and when going through a journey there must be some controversy/obstacles and criticism behind the decision to pass the budget plans. Cuomo’s budget plan focuses on laying off nearly 10,000 workers. How can a worker deal with losing his job? How would the reader of this article deal with losing his job? Obviously certain travelers wouldn’t want to travel without any benefit to them. In an interview with Reuters.com, Director of State Operations Howard Glaser said, "We are working hard to wield a scalpel, not an ax, on labor costs". This, however, is not always appealing to other individuals or travelers, as was stated before. In addition to this, in reference to Tiers V and VI of the budget plans, in an interview with Reuters.com the two unions said, "Tier V reform was just implemented with union help in 2010 (and) designed to save taxpayers $35 billion," the two unions said in a statement. They added, "There are no immediate savings to be gained by a Tier VI reform." This can be considered a typical argument open to further debate and controversy. Will this controversy serve as an obstacle in our journey across the road to recovery? Perhaps, but maybe Cuomo can find a way around this obstacle



Obviously, there is often more than just “a little” criticism regarding an event as important as those covered by Cuomo, just as a road has more than a small amount of obstacles. Further criticism comes from the idea that NY is just in general being unproductive with its managing of budget cuts and salaries. Teachers and individuals involved with the healthcare situation within the state of NY claim that the budget cuts will negatively affect areas involved with teaching and healthcare. It is, according to people such as these, a terrible idea to go through with Cuomo’s new budget plan.
The journey continues with more criticism, more obstacles, and more liabilities. It has evidently been reported that Mr. Cuomo considered earlier budget cuts by previous governors as unproductive “shams”. This statement, however, has negatively impacted Governor Cuomo’s popularity and public image with certain individuals. It has been recorded by the NY Times, for example, that a recent teachers’ union TV ad criticized the budget cuts for the way that the cuts are implemented. The television commercial asserts that the cuts will ultimately hurt education within the state and is instead replaced by tax breaks for the wealthy.
In an interview with The New York Times, the results of a portion of the budget cuts have apparently pleased Cuomo. “It actually worked out better than I even thought, to tell you the truth,” Cuomo is confident that there are no other roads to take to find success. Cuomo has apparently been capable of turning enemies into allies, and has new partners to accompany him in his journey. Those who once criticized his plans are now supportive of them.
How would a man deal with such controversy, pressure and stress all at once? How would any individual deal with such a difficult situation? That answer can be reached by observing Cuomo’s reaction to the negative comments. Although heavily criticized, Cuomo disregards any statements made against him. Cuomo is instead intent on continuing with his plans and going against the opinions of many. Do you agree with this statement? Would you or your friends believe in this statement? Can one man truly save a state from deficit? The answer is truly up to the individuals who are affected by the budget cuts. In the near future, it could be their opinions that determine Cuomo’s place in history as a pioneer or a failure.
What would a governor do if he was in the situation of fixing and putting an end to the deficit of an entire state? The answer to this question can evidently be answered by examining the famous governor of NY, Andrew Cuomo. The beginning takes place in the famous state of NY, which has been known for countless things. This consists of New York’s wonderful city, contributions to culture and art, great minds and thinkers, and, unfortunately, its deficit. When a deficit comes, there is always a road to recovery. The journey along this bumpy road begins with Cuomo’s 132.9 billion dollars. This is the amount of money that is supposed to be administered and dealt with in Cuomo’s budget cuts. According to many people, one quantity has the potential to change a state, carry us through this journey, and save the state from a terrible future. This plan, according to Cuomo, is supposed to improve the financial planning for school districts and healthcare providers. Just how does Cuomo’s solution work in order to achieve this goal? The answer to that question is extremely complex. Let’s observe this solution in detail, and travel down the road together.
The beginning of an important journey is not always so simple. Cuomo’s budget plan is extremely complex and thorough, contrary to popular belief, of course. Cuomo, with his plans, is intent on reducing 982 million dollars in healthcare spending. In compensation for this decision, governor Cuomo plans on spending an additional 1.5 billion dollars in improving school budgets and renovating school districts and systems. What can this decision do for a NY citizen or traveler, which could be your local teacher, friend, or neighbor? Well, perhaps it would be better to observe the opinions of your local teacher, friend or neighbor first before providing commentary on this risky venture.
With all budget plans, and when going through a journey there must be some controversy/obstacles and criticism behind the decision to pass the budget plans. Cuomo’s budget plan focuses on laying off nearly 10,000 workers. How can a worker deal with losing his job? How would the reader of this article deal with losing his job? Obviously certain travelers wouldn’t want to travel without any benefit to them. In an interview with Reuters.com, Director of State Operations Howard Glaser said, "We are working hard to wield a scalpel, not an ax, on labor costs". This, however, is not always appealing to other individuals or travelers, as was stated before. In addition to this, in reference to Tiers V and VI of the budget plans, in an interview with Reuters.com the two unions said, "Tier V reform was just implemented with union help in 2010 (and) designed to save taxpayers $35 billion," the two unions said in a statement. They added, "There are no immediate savings to be gained by a Tier VI reform." This can be considered a typical argument open to further debate and controversy. Will this controversy serve as an obstacle in our journey across the road to recovery? Perhaps, but maybe Cuomo can find a way around this obstacle



Obviously, there is often more than just “a little” criticism regarding an event as important as those covered by Cuomo, just as a road has more than a small amount of obstacles. Further criticism comes from the idea that NY is just in general being unproductive with its managing of budget cuts and salaries. Teachers and individuals involved with the healthcare situation within the state of NY claim that the budget cuts will negatively affect areas involved with teaching and healthcare. It is, according to people such as these, a terrible idea to go through with Cuomo’s new budget plan.
The journey continues with more criticism, more obstacles, and more liabilities. It has evidently been reported that Mr. Cuomo considered earlier budget cuts by previous governors as unproductive “shams”. This statement, however, has negatively impacted Governor Cuomo’s popularity and public image with certain individuals. It has been recorded by the NY Times, for example, that a recent teachers’ union TV ad criticized the budget cuts for the way that the cuts are implemented. The television commercial asserts that the cuts will ultimately hurt education within the state and is instead replaced by tax breaks for the wealthy.
In an interview with The New York Times, the results of a portion of the budget cuts have apparently pleased Cuomo. “It actually worked out better than I even thought, to tell you the truth,” Cuomo is confident that there are no other roads to take to find success. Cuomo has apparently been capable of turning enemies into allies, and has new partners to accompany him in his journey. Those who once criticized his plans are now supportive of them.
How would a man deal with such controversy, pressure and stress all at once? How would any individual deal with such a difficult situation? That answer can be reached by observing Cuomo’s reaction to the negative comments. Although heavily criticized, Cuomo disregards any statements made against him. Cuomo is instead intent on continuing with his plans and going against the opinions of many. Do you agree with this statement? Would you or your friends believe in this statement? Can one man truly save a state from deficit? The answer is truly up to the individuals who are affected by the budget cuts. In the near future, it could be their opinions that determine Cuomo’s place in history as a pioneer or a failure.





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