Wall Street Woes Felt In Small N.Y. Town The loss of tax revenue from Wall Street is triggering a wave of government cuts in New York state. In Malone, N.Y., those government jobs and services fuel the local economy.
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Wall Street Woes Felt In Small N.Y. Town

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Wall Street Woes Felt In Small N.Y. Town

Wall Street Woes Felt In Small N.Y. Town

Wall Street Woes Felt In Small N.Y. Town

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The loss of tax revenue from Wall Street is triggering a wave of government cuts in New York state. In Malone, N.Y., those government jobs and services fuel the local economy.

Brian Mann reports for North Country Public Radio.