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Mikulin Fights for Containment and Treatment of Grumman-Navy Plume

Assemblyman John Mikulin (R,C,Ref-Bethpage) attended a meeting at Bethpage High School hosted by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation regarding a proposal to clean the Grumman-Navy Plume on Monday, June 10. The Grumman-Navy Plume, which spreads...

Mikulin Collects Hundreds of Pounds of Supplies for Long Island Pets in Need

Assemblyman John Mikulin (R,C,Ref-Bethpage) is pleased to announce the success of the Pet Drive he hosted with Long Island Cares, Inc. and Baxter’s Pet Pantry. The drive collected 862 pounds of food, cat litter, toys and other pet supplies to help...

State Majority Leaders Push for “Get Out of Jail Free Cards”

Assemblyman John Mikulin (R,C,Ref-Bethpage) is disappointed to hear state Majority leaders are now pushing for a bill (A.4319) which would allow for prisoners to be eligible for early parole at the age of 55 if they have served 15 consecutive years. “Just...

New York’s Budget: A Mixed Bag of the Good & the Bad

“This year’s state budget is a mixed bag with some good things, such as the restoration of funding for veterans’ mental health and making the property tax cap permanent but also a lot of bad, such as the lack of funding for our schools...

Mikulin: Use of Force Policy & Reporting Won’t Protect New Yorkers or Police Officers

Assemblyman John Mikulin (R,C,Ref-Bethpage) is outraged by the inclusion of legislation (A.2005-C) to establish Use of Force Reporting and Use of Force Policy for police officers proposed by Assembly Majority and Gov. Cuomo. The legislation would require...

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