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That doesnít trouble you.. that people in the Inspector Generalís office now will be able to gain access to tax records of state employees?

Cuomo Administration faces a flurry of criticism over access to tax records

The Cuomo Administration spent yesterday trying to put out fires after a newspaper reported that the entire staff of the Governor's Inspector General's office had been deputized to examine the private tax records of any state employee, including legislators.

The inspector general's office and the state tax department have quietly drawn up an agreement that allows employees in the office to obtain the tax records of more than 200,000 state workers, as well as contractors doing business with the state.

Karen DeWitt has more.  Go to full article

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