New York City Democratic mayoral nominee Eric Adams told a group of House lawmakers that the limit on the state and local tax deduction enacted in 2017 is a top issue harming the city, according to two congressional aides familiar with the conversation.
Adams made the comment while meeting Wednesday in Washington with a group of House Democrats whose districts include portions of New York’s five boroughs, the people said.
A press representative for Adams didn’t respond to a request for comment on the talks. Following the meeting, Adams told reporters that the discussion touched on climate change, education and housing, calling it the beginning of a long
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