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  MANHATTAN INSTITUTE PUBLICATIONS
Publications Type: Fiscalwatch Memo


Market, Economic Turmoil May Finally Bust Up New York's Record Tax Boom
by Nicole Gelinas
Fiscalwatch Memo October 3, 2007

Spitzer's Big Spending Plan
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo February 2, 2007

The "$6 Billion Tax Cut" That Gov. Spitzer Isn't (Quite) Proposing
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo January 8, 2007

Surpluses... but not for taxpayers, unless Bloomberg acts
by Nicole Gelinas
Fiscalwatch Memo July 27, 2006

New Budget Spends at Rockefeller-Era Pace
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo May 16, 2006

More STAR in New York's Future?
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo March 23, 2006

Final Pataki Budget: Spend Now, Cut Taxes Later
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo January 17, 2006

Gotham's spending continues to outpace inflation, economy—and sure deficits loom
by Nicole Gelinas
Fiscalwatch Memo July 25, 2005

Legislators Still Aim to Sweeten Public Pensions
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo July 14, 2005

The Biggest Public Pension Investment Policy Shift You've Probably Never Heard Of
by E. J. McMahon, Nicole Gelinas
Fiscalwatch Memo June 13, 2005

"Excelsior" or Bust?
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo March 7, 2005

Spending Still Rising In State Budget
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo January 18, 2005

City Spending Accelerates
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo July 20, 2004

The Legislature's Spurious Budget Reform
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo June 2, 2004

The Cloud Behind the Silver Lining
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo May 5, 2004

NY State Government: Growing Beyond Its Means
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo March 22, 2004

CSEA Contract Will Cost Taxpayers Plenty
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo March 10, 2004

The High Cost of Educational "Adequacy"
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo February 18, 2004

Proposed Spending Hike One Of Pataki’s Biggest
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo January 22, 2004

City Budget Rises Another $1.4 Billion
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo June 16, 2003

New York's Ugly Stealth Tax Hikes
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo June 9, 2003

New City Tax Hikes Raise Likely Job Loss Toll
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo May 27, 2003

Tax Hike Gouges NYC Metro Region
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo May 13, 2003

Proposed Tax Hikes in Historical Perspective
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo May 6, 2003

How To Save Another $1 Billion
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo March 26, 2003

Bigger Gap, Smaller Cuts?
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo January 29, 2003

Bush Plan Would Boost NY
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo January 2003

What's The Real Financial State of the Transit Authority?
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo December 30, 2002

Transit Pact Has Big-Buck Implications for State and City
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo December 17, 2002

Property Tax Hike Will Cost 62,000 Jobs
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo November 25, 2002

Will More Ever Be Enough? New York City's Skyrocketing School Spending
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo August 2, 2002

Crisis—What Crisis? Spending Up $800 Million in New Fiscal Year
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo July 10, 2002

NYC Cigarette Tax Hike Endangers Pataki Health Funding
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo May 17, 2002

Doing More With Less: Money-Saving Priorities For City Contract Talks
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo April 22, 2002

Union Contract Talks Are Key To City’s Fiscal Future
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo April 22, 2002

Proposed Tax Hike Would Destroy Jobs
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo April 4, 2002

Bloomberg Budget Goes Easy on Headcount
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo February 20, 2002

Sizing up the State Payroll
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo January 30, 2002

Ever Upwards: Real Spending Growth Under Pataki and Cuomo
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo January 22, 2002

The Tax Whose Time Has Gone
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo January 19, 2002

Threatened Tax Surcharge Hike Would Cost City 10,700 Jobs
by E. J. McMahon
Fiscalwatch Memo January 17, 2002



 

 
 
 

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