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Reopening Parts of New York Is Reason For Cautious Optimism

Today, certain areas of New York are finally taking important steps in a positive direction after weeks of lockdown orders and business closures. While there is cautious optimism in the regions reopening – the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, Mohawk...

Assembly Minority Members Call for Legislative Hearings on Covid-19 Pandemic's Impact on State Nursing Homes

In a letter to the chairmen of the Committees on Aging, Health, and Oversight, Analysis and Investigations, members of the Assembly Minority Conference have called on the Legislature to convene a hearing to review and investigate New York’s policies,...

Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay Calls for Restoration of Legislature’s Authority

Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay today called for a return to established state government operations, processes and legislative powers. Leader Barclay stated it is time to restore the traditional authorities given to the Legislature and end Gov....

Teachers Are Doing Incredible Work in These Difficult Times, They Deserve Our Praise

These last few months have been challenging for most everyone. Our normal routines and activities that previously provided structure have been turned upside down. The state’s educational system has faced sweeping changes and has been forced to dramatically...

Minority Leader Will Barclay Calls for Performance Measurements from State Department of Labor

Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay today called for the state Department of Labor (DOL) to take immediate steps to improve responsiveness and performance in delivering unemployment benefits to New Yorkers seeking assistance. In a letter to Gov. Cuomo,...

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