Governor wants $11.50 minimum wage for NYC

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday proposed raising the state’s minimum wage and unveiled plans to alleviate student loan debt and cut taxes for small businesses.

The measures were part of a package of initiatives focused on poverty and income inequality rolled out by the governor in the run-up to Wednesday’s State of the State address, involving billions of dollars in services and tax abatements.

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