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Brindisi Statement on Title X Defunding

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica today issued the following statement, following a vote in the House of Representatives yesterday to eliminate Title X, a federal program that provides family planning services to about four million...

February 17, 2017
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Upstate Assemblymembers Push for More Funding for Refugee Resettlement Agencies in Wake of Trump Refugee Ban

Albany – Today, February 15, 2017, Members of the New York State Assembly representing communities in Upstate New York announced that they would be pushing for a $12 million package of funding for refugee resettlement agencies in...

February 15, 2017
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Assemblyman Brindisi: Let Your Voice Be Heard! Attend One of Four Town Hall Meetings This Month Focusing on the State Budget

Utica – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica is inviting the public to attend one of four town hall meetings he’s sponsoring to get input on this year’s proposed State Budget. “This is an excellent opportunity to let your voice...

February 10, 2017
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Brindisi: Confirmation of Betsy DeVos as Federal Secretary of Education Would Be Devastating for Public Schools in the Mohawk Valley

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica today issued the following statement regarding Tuesday’s likely confirmation vote by the U.S. Senate for Betsy DeVos for U.S. Education Secretary: “Betsy DeVos’s poor performance at her...

February 6, 2017
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Brindisi Bill Seeks to Stem the Rise in Hate Crimes Against Law Enforcement Officers

Albany – Intentional acts to harm police officers, firefighters, corrections officers, and other emergency responders would be classified as a hate crime under legislation (A.2962-A) being sponsored by...

January 30, 2017
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