Stop The Pork Lawsuit Wins Round, Goes To Court Of Appeals
The Stop The Pork lawsuit to compel New York State government to end its corporate welfare spending has won a round on appeal and will be able to be considered by New York's highest court, the Court of Appeals. The plaintiffs contend that this loans and grants to corporations contravene the New York State Constitution. Buffalo attorney James Ostrowski is arguing the case, and I am one of the plaintiffs. Ostrowski's website: http://politicalclassdismissed.com/?p=11142
I have written about this case previously:
In the meantime, New York voters can say no to corporate welfare by voting for Libertarian candidate Warren Redlich. He is an Albany area attorney and Republican member of the Town of Guilderland board. I reported on him earlier groundreport.com/articles.php?id=2917009
Gubernatorial Candidate Challenges New York Establishment http://
His website is www.wredlich.com/ny Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino is a false alternative, having doled out contributions to the Republican and Democrat establishment he claims to oppose (Clinton, Schumer etc.).
Stop The Pork Lawsuit Appeal To Be Heard http://
Tags: Albany Spending , Corporate Welfare , Carl Paladino , Tea Party , Stop The Pork , New York Gubernatorial Ra , Andrew Cuomo , Warren Redlich
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