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State Budget Eclipsed by Another Delay with Third Extender

“We are accustomed to passing budget bills in the dark of night—why we can’t be in session Monday because of the eclipse is astronomically out of this world. While everyone else is looking up at the eclipse, our heads should be down and focused...

Ra Supports Call to Action on Israeli Hostage Crisis

 Assemblyman Ed Ra (R-Franklin Square) joined his Assembly colleagues at the “Run for Their Lives” rally today in the New York State Capitol in support of the call to release the 134 hostages being held in Gaza. Among the hostages held since the...

New York State Budget Process Begins with Passage of the Debt Service Budget Bill

Today, the Assembly took up the first of its ten budget bills, the debt service bill, which is necessary to make legally required payments related to the sale and servicing of debt by the state as well as contractual debt agreements with public authorities...

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Assembly Minority Propose Child Care Investment to Increase Access & Improve Affordability

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Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay (R,C-Pulaski) and his Assembly Minority colleagues today addressed serious concerns with the lack of high-quality and affordable child care throughout the state. Nearly half of all parents say their child care situation...

Ra Calls for Clarity in Light of Changes to Non-Citizen Eligibility for Safety Net Assistance, Urges Passage of Transparency Bill

Following the recent media attention on the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance’s General Information System (GIS) Memo, which changed Safety Net Assistance (SNA) eligibility for non-citizens, Assemblyman Ed Ra (R-Franklin Square) is seeking...
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