Governor Cuomo Outlines Bold Agenda for 2013 in State of the State Address

By WBNG News

Governor Cuomo Outlines Bold Agenda for 2013 in State of the State Address

January 9, 2013 Updated Jan 9, 2013 at 5:58 PM EDT

ALBANY, N.Y. (WBNG Binghamton) -- New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Wednesday delivered his 2013 State of the State Address, outlining a comprehensive agenda that builds on the progress of the past two years to attract good jobs and economic growth, create a world-class education system that prepares the next generation for the future, maintain fiscal integrity and discipline, and continue to restore New York as the progressive capital of the nation.

"New York is on its way, coming back stronger than ever before, rising to meet some of the biggest challenges in our history, remaining as a progressive beacon of light to the rest of the nation, and standing out as a model of effective government," Governor Cuomo said in a news release. "Gone are the anti-business, obstructionist, tax capital, and gridlock mentalities, replaced with an entrepreneurial government that collaboratively works together for the people and partners with the private sector to create jobs and get the economy back on track. The agenda laid out today is a comprehensive plan for New York State to rise to meet the challenges of today and the future, from confronting the difficult issue of gun control, to reforming our education system for the 21st century, and rebuilding our communities and infrastructure after Hurricane Sandy. Our accomplishments over the past two years show us that one thing is clear: We can defy the odds and deny the naysayers, and we can accomplish anything together."

Governor Cuomo outlined several initiatives as part of his State of the State message (click here to read the entire news release for highlights of the Governor's address.

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