Comptroller candidate and City Councilman John Liu, who’s also the chair of the transportation committee, has an idea about why the ill-fated East River bridge tolls were under consideration in the first place.
According to Liu, it’s because “large corporate interests” wanted to kill the idea of a payroll tax.
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