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Molinaro calls Cuomo administration most corrupt in the country

Aug 23, 2018 6:45 am

MidHudsonNews [dot] com is reporting Republican gubernatorial candidate Marcus Molinaro slammed the administration of Democrat Andrew Cuomo, calling it “the most corrupted state government in the country.” Molinaro made the charges during a campaign appearance in Kingston, August 22. Molinaro discussed public policy and took questions from the audience for nearly 45 minutes during the town hall like event. He vowed to establish term limits for state office; reduce property taxes; centralize and streamline Medicaid at the state level. He also wants to allow fracking along the Southern Tier; and medical marijuana, but draws the line at recreational use. He said he supports the Second Amendment, but does not believe that teachers should be armed. As for marriage equality, Molinaro said, "...it is the law of the land, and now recognized as a constitutional right." He does not support "the establishment of sanctuary anything." Regarding President Donald Trump, Molinaro said, "I'm not distancing myself from anything...If the president does something that works for us, I'm going to say it. If the president does something that doesn't work for us, I'm going to say that too. But I'm going to be respectful about how we do it. This governor [Cuomo] spends every day wanting to talk about the president. Probably, because he doesn't want us talking about property tax and corruption." Read the full story at MidHudsonNews [dot] com.