Newsday investigates the faulty property tax systems of Nassau and Suffolk Counties in New York. In Suffolk County, those living in poorer areas tend to pay more property taxes than those living in more well-to-do places. In Nassau, the county government racks up about $100 million in "borrowing costs each year to finance returns" for those Long Island tax payers who challenge their tax bills.
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