The New York Senate majority leadership said yesterday that it will pass a cap on school district taxes in a special session tomorrow.

Gov. David Paterson has pushed for the cap since introducing it as a program bill in June following the release of finding by a state commission on property taxes headed by Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi. However, while the cap was embraced by the Republican-led Senate, the Democratic-led Assembly has so far been cool to the idea, making its potential of becoming law less likely.

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