Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) at the press conference in Albany unveiling the petition calling for Anthony Bottom’s parole to be blocked
Members of the Assembly Minority Conference addressing the media at the Preventing Domestic Violence press conference held in Albany today.
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch(R-Bainbridge) (far right) joins Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb(R,C,I,Ref-Canandaigua) (at podium) and their Assembly Minority Colleagues at a press Conference in Albany today.
Legislators, local highway superintendents and workers gather in the well of the Legislative Office Building in Albany to support greater investment in CHIPS funding for 2017.
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) [At Podium] held a press conference with fellow legislators this morning to present the Assembly Minority's C.A.R.E.S. Plan
Assemblyman Crouch (second from the left behind Sen. Amedore) stands with Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (center) and Sen. George Amedore (third to the right of podium) at a June heroin press conference.
Assemblyman Crouch (second in from the left) stands with Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (center) and colleagues at the economic development press conference in Albany.
Assemblyman Crouch (second from the left behind Sen Amedore) stands with Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (center) and Sen. George Amedore (third to the right of podium) at the heroin press conference in Albany.
In photo: Assemblyman Tedisco (at the podium), Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R,C,I-Schaghticoke) (left of podium), Assemblyman Phil Palmesano (R,C,I-Corning) (right of podium), Assemblyman Pete Lopez (back row, second in from right), Assemblyman Crouch (back row, third in from right)
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) today joined Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Canandaigua), their Assembly Minority colleagues, the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), Unshackle Upstate, the Business Council of New York State, Inc., small-business owners and representatives from the health care community at a press conference in Albany to oppose Gov. Andrew Cuomos $15 minimum wage mandate.
Assemblyman Crouch speaking about the HELP Plan and report compiled by the Assembly Minority Task Force on Heroin Addiction & Community Response in January 2016.
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) recently joined Assemblyman Joseph M. Giglio (R,C,I-Gowanda), Ranking Minority Member of the Assembly Committee on Correction, and other members of the Assembly Minority Conference to release a statewide report on heroin abuse in New York State. The report was compiled by the Assembly Minority Task Force on Heroin Addiction & Community Response and came as a result of seven forums hosted across the state by Crouch, Giglio and their colleagues. The report offers a comprehensive approach to addressing many of the issues relating to education and prevention, detoxification, rehabilitation and recovery called the HELP (Heroin ELimination & Prevention) Plan.
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) comments on the governors State of the State address.
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) joined Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Canandaigua) (at podium) and their Assembly Minority colleagues at a press conference in Albany to present a major ethics reform overhaul for the New York State Assembly. The press conference discussed rules changes for the Assembly that would make the chamber more transparent, accountable, and representative of all New Yorkers throughout the state; the toughest ethics package in the country, the Public Officers Accountability Act (A4617); pension forfeiture; ending Albanys practice of three men in a room; and term limits for legislative leaders. Following the press conference, Crouch and his colleagues introduced the amendments on the floor of the Assembly that were then defeated and blocked by the Assembly Majority.
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge), Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Canandaigua) and their conference colleagues held a press conference introducing a package of reforms that would create greater transparency and accountability in the Assembly.
Assemblyman Crouch (second from the left), Leader Kolb (podium), their Assembly Conference colleagues, members of the NYS School Boards Association and other education advocates call for release of school aid details and more equitable education funding.
Crouch responds to State of the State address.
Over 100 parents in the Chenango Valley School District attend Assemblyman Cliff Crouch's Education Summit.
From left to right, Chenango Valley School District Interim Superintendent David Gill, Suzanne Sova, Dona Murray, New York State Regent James Tallon, and Assemblyman Cliff Crouch at Crouchs Education Summit.
Assemblyman Crouch at his NY SAFE Act Informational Forum in Port Crane, New York.
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Guilford) hosted an informational forum on Gov. Andrew Cuomos controversial NY SAFE Act with Chenango County Sheriff Ernest Cutting, Jr., Chenango County Clerk Mary C. Weidman and S.C.O.P.E. President Steve Aldstadt.
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Guilford) had the privilege of welcoming and honoring West Point Cadet Private Joshua Dane Lobdell of Deposit, NY, and other young men and women of the United States Military Academy at West Point, as part of the New York State Assemblys West Point Day.
Assemblyman Crouch is pictured fourth from the left next to Julie Suarez, Director of Public Policy for the New York Farm Bureau. At the podium is Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb.
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Guilford) was recently appointed to represent the Assembly Minority Conference during this years budget negotiations on the Agriculture/Environmental Conservation/Housing Joint Conference Committee.
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch awarding Raymond Fernandez a NYS Assembly Citation for his services in the Korean War and obtaining his HS diploma. Crouch attended the Rondout Valley Central School District Board Meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 9, 2010 as Raymond also received his High School diploma from the board. Recently, legislation passed that certifies individuals who fought in World War II, the Vietnam War and Korean War, and who did not complete their High School diplomas, will automatically be awarded their much-deserved diploma.