New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino said Tuesday he would repeal a tax meant to support bonds for New York City transit projects, slash Medicaid, and cut personal income taxes.

The Republican businessman from Buffalo, who is vying with Democratic Attorney General Andrew Cuomo for the state’s top job, vowed to “provide our businesses relief from the onerous taxes and regulations that are strangling us today” if he is elected Nov. 2.

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