Rally for 'Robin Hood' Tax in New York Today Is Part of Worldwide Day of Action

September 17, 2013

More than 1,000 New Yorkers will rally today, marching past the U.N. General Assembly meeting to call for a "Robin Hood" financial transaction tax on banks and financial institutions to fund the restoration and expansion of vital public services, to implement a real recovery, to fund international efforts for AIDS/HIV research and treatment and to address climate change.

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