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Assembly Majority Vote Insults NY Veterans

This week in the Higher Education Committee, the Assembly Majority inexplicably voted against a bill that would have helped families of deceased and disabled U.S. soldiers. The legislation, A.2991 sponsored by Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia),...

Assembly Majority Politicians Reject Bill To Give Tuition To Families Of Deceased & Disabled Veterans

Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Canandaigua) issued the following statement after Majority politicians on the Assembly Committee on Higher Education voted against a proposal to provide free college to surviving family members of any military...

Assembly Majority Politicians Block Bill To Restore Transparency And Trust In State Government

Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Canandaigua) issued the following statement after Majority politicians on the Assembly Committee on Governmental Operations voted against legislation that would enact the Public Officers Accountability Act,...

Assembly Minority Offers Amendments To Further Protect Victims Of Crime

The Assembly Minority Conference today offered several Smart Solutions to the package of domestic violence and crime victims’ bills taken up on the Assembly Floor, proposing amendments that would provide greater protections for victims of crimes...

Crime Victims’ Rights Week a Time of Reflection, Action

April 7 to April 13 is National Crime Victims' Rights Week. Each year, the Office for Victims of Crime helps raise awareness of the struggles victims and their families face, and helps coordinate observances, outreach and support for those in need.This...

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