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Ever since the federal tax reform law went into effect earlier this year, New York Gov. Cuomo had been promising New York State would bring the federal government to court over the capping of SALT deductions. Ever since the federal tax reform law went into effect earlier this year, New York Gov. Cuomo had been promising New York State would bring the federal government to court over the capping of SALT deductions.

NEW YORK CITY—New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday that New York State had filed a lawsuit against the federal government over what it terms as the unconstitutional federal tax reform law enacted earlier this year.

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