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June 7, 2018
"I would prefer to go in the direction of allowing all of the people of the State of New York, not just us, not just the Governor, which we did I think two years ago or a year ago. So I think we should make it a much more broad statement for other people to be able to marry their loved ones," said Assemblywoman Sandra Galef while explaining why she voted against legislation that would allow members of the New York State Legislature to solemnize marriages as long as they do not charge a fee. (A.10795)

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Assemblywoman Galef discusses a bill she is introducing: A.1287. The bill lays out how Weschester and Putnam Counties can work with BOCES to consolidate school services and save taxpayers money, while keeping New York as competitive as possible with other states.