Like most big-city mayors, de Blasio is uncertain to count on aid from Washington, where another government shutdown or sequestration could turn off the faucet of federal funds.But he also faces a silent threat unique to New York, a heavily Democratic city where that party has been out of power for more than 20 years. Suddenly, liberal groups a¿¿ from social service organizations to nonprofits a¿¿ will have their hands extended, looking for their overdue share of city funds.
NYC Mayor-elect Will Face Immediate Fiscal Crisis
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