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NY and NJ Take Major Step to Move Critical Gateway Project Forward

Albany, NY and Trenton, NJ – Over the last two days, the legislative bodies of New York and New Jersey have passed identical bills under the name the Gateway Development Commission Act. The bill is the product of a six-way negotiation between both...

Assemblymember Paulin, Senator Hoylman, Legislators, and Activists Renew Call for Repeal of Loitering for the Purposes of Prostitution Law

Albany, NY – Assemblymember Amy R. Paulin and State Senator Brad Hoylman were joined by their fellow Assemblymembers and State Senators, civil rights experts, and social justice activists, including advocates from the transgender and gender-nonconforming...

Students from Albert Leonard Middle School and Pelham Middle School Honored as the Winners of Amy Paulin’s 4th Annual “There Ought to Be a Law” Contest

Albany, NY – Assemblymember Amy R. Paulin is proud to announce two middle school students at Pelham Middle School and one at Albert Leonard Middle School in New Rochelle are the winners of her Fourth Annual “There Ought to Be a Law” Contest....

Amy Paulin Cheers Passage of the Child Parent Security Act to Reform New York’s Outdated Laws on Gestational Surrogacy Agreements

Albany, NY – Assemblymember Amy Paulin (D-Scarsdale) released the following statement in reaction to the State Senate passing the Child-Parent Security Act (S. 2071B/A. 1071C). Assemblymember Paulin is the sponsor of the bill in the Assembly.“I...

Westchester Assembly Delegation Stands Up Against Bill that Benefits Insurance Companies Over Area Hospitals

Albany, NY – Despite united opposition by all members of the State Assembly representing Westchester County, the Assembly has passed a bill that would benefit insurance companies at the expense of hospitals and could prove financially devastating...

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