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Gallahan criticizes affordability crisis across Finger Lakes, Upstate New York

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Assemblyman Jeff Gallahan voiced concerns over New York’s economic challenges, emphasizing the hardships families and businesses face due to high inflation and taxes. During a recent press conference with fellow Republican members of the Assembly and Senate, Gallahan stressed the need for immediate legislative action to address these issues and support the state’s economic competitiveness.


Gallahan criticized the current state policies for placing a heavy financial burden on residents, pushing many to leave New York. He highlighted the urgency for lawmakers to collaborate on effective solutions to alleviate the economic pressures that are driving people and businesses out of the state.

Representing the 131st Assembly District, Gallahan’s remarks come at a time when New York ranks lowest in economic competitiveness nationally, according to recent economic studies. His call for action reflects a broader concern among Republicans for fostering a more business-friendly environment that can retain and attract residents and investors.



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