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http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/dailypolitics/2014/03/leading-activist-for-poor-michael-kink-makes-more-money-than-the-governor

by Ken Lovett
March 17, 2014

A leading activist for the poor who has ripped Gov. Cuomo over the issue of income inequality actually makes more than the governor.

Michael Kink,  the executive director of the union-backed Strong Economy For All Coalition, makes at least $183,000 a year, sources close to him say.

Kink’s salary tops Cuomo’s $179,000 annual pay. It also dwarfs the less than $110,000 made by fellow activist for the poor, Ronald Deutsch, executive director of New Yorkers For Fiscal Fairness.

Kink, critics point out, is in the top 10% of income earners in New York even as he lives in Massachusetts and benefits from a similar property tax cap that he has criticized in New York.

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"Just because people in positions of authority are stupid, it doesn’t mean you have to go along with it." —Arlo Guthrie

"In the excitement of great popular elections, deciding the policy of the country, and its vast patronage, frauds will be committed, if a chance is given for them." —Richard Henry Dana, Jr.


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