WASHINGTON — New York residents shouldered the highest state and local tax burden, at 12.8% in fiscal 2010, according to a new study.

By contrast, Alaska residents, who have been least taxed for nearly three decades, had the lowest tax burden that year, at just 7%, the Tax Foundation found in its annual state-local tax burden ranking report, released Tuesday.

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