BREAKING NEWS – New York City, New York – Residents from New York, continued to flee onerous tax burdens and head to states where their obligations were likely to be much lower in 2018. According to recently released data from the U.S. Census Bureau, which captures the first few months the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act went into effect, Florida received a significant number of new residents from the Empire State. In 2018, about 63,033 New Yorkers fled to Florida, which is essentially the same amount as the year prior. New York’s outflows to the Sunshine State were by far the largest of any other state in America. Governor Cuomo appears to be unfazed. “I already have a plan that deals with this,” he explained. “I will simply raise the taxes of the people still living here, to compensate for the loss of revenue from the tens of thousands of people that are packing up and leaving. And as citizens remaining here get crushed by my ascending tax rates, hopefully they’ll blame the New York deserters, and not me.”