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Thursday, March 12, 2015

Jane Corwin
ALBANY — Assemblywoman Jane Corwin took issue with the current budget process unfolding in the New York Legislature.

The Clarence Republican issued a statement saying that the one-house budget proposal threatens ongoing progress in Western New York.

Particularly, Corwin decried a proposal to further raise the minimum wage, which she refers to as a "troubling proposal."

Her statement follows in its entirety:
The Assembly Majority’s one-house budget proposal takes the governor’s anti-business initiatives one step further. Raising the minimum wage to $12.60 by 2018 is a troubling proposal considering the fact that this budget plan does not provide any relief – from taxes, job-killing mandates, or costly regulations – for the employers in our state. Particularly threatened by this plan are small employers, start-ups, and emerging businesses. As we continue to negotiate a final state budget, I will be working to preserve the progress we have made recently in Western New York and, moreover, to work for a budget that stimulates job growth and economic security for our region.

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