Publications

Keeping You Informed

Assemblyman Dave McDonough Invites You to Nominate Women of Distinction for 2012

Remember Irene?

Fighting Back: State’s Anti-Bullying Law Takes Effect On July 1

Today’s world is very different from the world that many of us grew up in. Young people today spend more time online, in school-sponsored activities, and with their friends than previous generations. However, there is one thing that hasn’t changed,...

McDonough Leads Fight To Reduce Long Islanders’ Tax Bill

Spring means a number of changes here in New York. There’s baseball on the diamonds again, the sound of children on the swing sets, and the first pay check that you’ve been able to keep in your wallet. Now, I know that the last one might seem...

Could you use an extra $3,969.07?

Summer Reading Challenge

Let's Put A Stop to Cyber Bullying

Solving The Medicaid Puzzle

2011 was the year the state Legislature was finally able to come together, put politics aside, and pass some of the most taxpayer- and business-friendly legislation in decades. Despite these accomplishments - from the property tax cap, a reduction in...

The opportunity to improve the business climate in New York is here

Dave McDonough & Andrew Cuomo Put politics aside and eliminated the MTA payroll tax!

How Albany Can Get Serious In 2012

With the gridlock in Washington and a rocky national economy, the New York State Legislature has an opportunity this January to lead by example and take charge to stabilize and grow our local economy and communities. The back-and-forth partisan rhetoric...

Securing Success for Our Children

An Important Legislative Update From Assemblyman Dave McDonough

Dave McDonough Supports a Healthier Long Island

It's About Jobs

Session Ends On A Positive Note For LI Taxpayers

The 2011 legislative session made several significant advances on the agenda to put New York back on the map. An on-time state budget, strong ethics laws, more affordable power, and a property tax cap are just some of the highlights from a successful,...

Completing Unfinished Business Will Provide A Better Future For Long Island Families

The legislative session in Albany is drawing to a close and there is still a tremendous amount of work to be done. We have a short period of time to complete the unfinished business that Long Islanders deserve to have resolved so that New York can get...

Albany’s Latest Ignorance And Mismanagement Hits Taxpayers Hardest

New York State’s buying power is equivalent to a Fortune 100 company. That’s according to Howard Glaser, the director of state operations who has been charged by Governor Cuomo with eliminating gross inefficiencies in our state government. His...

The Budget Forecast: It’s Time Albany Listens To Taxpayers

Since the beginning of the year, Governor Andrew Cuomo and the Assembly Majority have been going back and forth on several key issues important to taxpayers. Speaker Shelly Silver and the majority have tried their best to deflect some of these issues,...

Putting Taxpayers First