Comptroller Stringer's Economic Vision

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New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer in front of a vacant lot in East Harlem that he said the city had owned since the 1970s.

Amid speculation of a mayoral run against Bill de Blasio, Scott Stringer, New York City comptroller, lays out his economic vision for the city. The proposals include investing more in minority and women-owned businesses, an increase to the Earned Income Tax Credit for working New Yorkers, and building the next generation of Affordable Housing.