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Advocates from Around the State Gather to Celebrate Passage of Opioid Settlement Fund

Today, numerous advocates from the addiction recovery community gathered to thank Assemblymembers Phil Steck and Carrie Woerner for their passage of A6395 – legislation that creates an Opioid Settlement Fund and ensures that any further financial...

Phil Steck: Opioid Settlement Fund Bolsters Addiction Prevention and Support Programs

“The ongoing opioid epidemic has devastated New York families with heartbreaking consequences, and the COVID-19 pandemic has only intensified the struggle for individuals with substance use disorders. While we’ve worked to increase support...

Opposition to Excluded Workers Fund

I voted against the budget bill containing $2.1 billion in aid for “excluded workers.” In my view, allocating 75% of new personal income tax revenue to excluded workers is beyond the pale. We have many needs in the State that are not being...

Senator Sanders and Assemblymember Steck Fight Back against Baseless Criticism of Stock Transfer Tax

In a letter to the Governor (attached) Senator James Sanders, Jr. (D-Queens) and Assemblymember Phil Steck urge him to reject the criticism of the Stock Transfer Tax (STT) leveled by the securities industry group SIFMA.Steck said: “This is nothing...

Stock Transfer Tax Panel - August 25, 2020

Letter in Regards to the Stock Transfer Tax

Dear Colleague:There are many myths that surround the Stock Transfer Tax (STT). The fears usually cited in efforts to prevent reinstatement of the tax are unjustified. Economists from both academia and the private sector have urged New York to collect...
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