Assemblyman Keith Brown’s Summer 2023 Newsletter

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Assemblyman  Keith P. Brown

Keith P. Brown was elected to the New York State Assembly on November 3, 2020. His district is comprised of parts of Suffolk County, including the towns of Huntington, Babylon, and Islip.

Utilizing his legal expertise and small business background, Keith will immediately seek to provide help to the small business community and boost economic growth for the Long Island region. With multiple family members in the law enforcement community, he has a distinct understanding of the impact of the difficulties associated with New York’s latest criminal justice reforms and increased efforts to “defund” the police. In an effort to keep our communities safe, he is seeking to restore greater judicial discretion and repeal bail reform measures. Keith is also committed to lowering taxes, creating a cleaner Long Island Sound, and seeking greater investment from the state to address water and sewer infrastructure needs.

Keith is a graduate of SUNY Albany where he interned his final semester for former New York State Senator Norman J. Levy. He graduated from Touro College Law Center in 1990, where he serves on the Advisory Board for the Institute on Land Use and Sustainable Development Law. Before starting his own law firm, Keith practiced litigation and was appointed to the New York State Office of the Attorney General, where he served as Assistant Attorney General in the Litigation Bureau defending New York in federal and state courts.

Keith is a founding partner of Brown & Altman, LLP which represents various corporate clients in real estate related matters, including zoning and land-use regulations.

Keith resides in Northport with his wife, Barbara, and their three children.

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Brown Introduces Vaping & Marijuana Diversion Program Bills for Underage Users

Assemblyman Keith P. Brown (R,C-Northport) has introduced two pieces of legislation this year in an effort to address issues that have emerged as a result of cannabis legalization. The first was bill A.5582A, which would require underage teens caught...

Brown: Suffolk County Libraries Receive State Aid for Construction Projects

Assemblyman Keith Brown (R,C-Northport) is proud to announce the Commack Public Library, the Harborfields Public Library and the Northport Public Library, located in Suffolk County, have been chosen by the New York state Education Department and the New...

Brown Congratulates Seymour’s Boatyard on its Inclusion on Historic Business Preservation Registry

Assemblyman Keith Brown (R,C-Northport) was very proud to receive the news that Seymour’s Boatyard, a historic local business in Northport he nominated to be included on the Historic Business Preservation Registry, will be added to the registry. The...

Brown Attends “Gabby’s Law” Press Conference

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Assemblyman Keith Brown (R,C-Northport) joined his colleagues Assemblyman Ed Flood (R,C-Port Jefferson) and Sen. Anthony Palumbo (R,C-New Suffolk) at a press conference advocating for “Gabby’s Law” to establish a “Teal Alert” for missing adults...

Brown: Melanie’s Law Will Help bring Peace to Chianese Family

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Assemblyman Keith P. Brown (R,C-Northport) attended a press conference calling for the immediate passage of Melanie’s Law (A.6026/S.6288) alongside Assemblyman Anil Beephan, Jr. (R,C-East Fishkill), Assemblyman Brian A. Cunningham (D-43rd District),...

Brown: We Need a Compassionate Approach to Combat Humanitarian Crisis New York is Facing

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Assemblyman Keith P. Brown (R,C-Northport) attended a press conference earlier today alongside Assemblyman Ed Ra (R-Franklin Square), Assemblyman Mike Reilly (R,C-Staten Island), Assemblyman Brian Maher (R,C-Walden) and Assemblyman Matt Slater (R,C-Yorktown),...
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