Welcome Letter

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I want to thank you for entrusting me to serve as your representative in the State Assembly. My staff and I work hard every day to make our government more responsive to your needs and to provide the highest quality of service and advocacy for our neighborhoods. I will continue to stand up for Queens by working my hardest to support working and middle class families, give our kids a better education, improve healthcare and reform government.

This website will help keep you informed about events and issues of concern in our community. Here, you can easily access recent news, legislation Im working on, activities of the Assembly Committees I serve on, and other information.

If you live in the community and you have a problem my office can assist you with, or if you have questions, comments, or concerns about government services, community issues, or matters before the legislature Id love to hear from you.

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Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes & State-Federal Relations Chair Nily Rozic Discuss Housing & Transit Infrastructure, and Changes to Federal Tax Law With N.Y. Congressional Delegation

Public Comment Sign-on Letter Opposing Title IX Proposed Rule Changes

“The United States Department of Education under Secretary Betsy DeVos has proposed rule changes to Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 — which has historically provided student protections against discrimination on the basis of...

Sen. Kaminsky, Assemb. Rozic Introduce Bill Mandating Fingerprint-Based Background Checks for All School Employees

Albany, NY – Senator Todd Kaminsky and Assemblywoman Nily Rozic introduced legislation requiring prospective employees at all schools across New York State to undergo fingerprinting and comprehensive, state-conducted background checks. Their legislation...

Rozic Spearheads Assembly Holocaust Remembrance Day Resolution

Albany, NY – Last week, Assemblywoman Nily Rozic spoke on the Assembly’s resolution commemorating Holocaust Remembrance Day (K47) which she introduced. The resolution recognizes the 6 million Jews murdered in the Holocaust on the anniversary...

Rozic-Backed Bill to Extend Property Tax Payment Deadline for Furloughed Federal Workers Passes the State Assembly

Albany, New York – Today, Assemblywoman Nily Rozic (D,WF-Fresh Meadows) announced that legislation (A881) she co-sponsors which would extend the property tax payment deadline for furloughed workers passed the Assembly.  Rozic, who serves as...

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