Brown: Legislative Session is Over, But I Will Continue to Help Make New York State Safer, Smarter and Cleaner

A Statement from Assemblyman Keith P. Brown (R,C-Northport) in response to the end of 2024-2025 Legislative Session.

“Throughout the Legislative Session this year, I worked tirelessly to help make New York State safer, smarter and cleaner for all Long Islanders and New Yorkers. I fought to improve public safety and tackle the opioid/fentanyl crisis head on by introducing legislation to make a wider variety of opioid reversal agents available (A.10193, K. Brown). I prioritized building an emotionally supportive educational environment in our schools by dialing back on cellphone usage in school during classroom instruction (A.9687, K. Brown), and protecting children from exploitative features in online products (A.8314, K. Brown) as well as addictive social media platforms (A.8148-A, A.8149-A). And finally, I helped to improve water quality around the Island by co-sponsoring the Suffolk County Sewer Commission (A.8993) and protecting the environment by co-sponsoring the Packaging Reduction and Recycling Infrastructure Act (A.5322).”

“I will continue to speak up for communities, families, students and children on Long Island and beyond. I look forward to continuing to serve the people of the 12th Assembly District—I love representing my hometown!”