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The Assembly budget proposal for SFY 2014-15 provides $280 million more in local government assistance funding, to benefit New York City and local governments, than the Executive’s budget.

Today the Assembly passed a state budget proposal that would increase aid to schools by nearly $1.1 billion for SFY 2014-15, the largest increase in six years (E.914).

The freshman class of the NYS Assembly is supporting a bill to allow for the public to vote up or down on the following question – If a public official is found guilty of a felony of breaching the

The NYS Assembly passed a legislative package addressing New York’s child care crisis by expanding access to quality, affordable child care and instituting paid family leave.

I was at the New York State Conference of Mayors legislative meeting in Albany over a week ago as a speaker and I had the opportunity to step into the room long enough to hear New York State Attorn

An issue that I have heard quite often here in the 108th Assembly District and amongst my colleagues across the state centers on the child care crisis.

Every year, too many working families miss out on thousands of dollars in tax savings because they fail to claim several federal and state tax credits that are available to them.

Last night at South Colonie Schools the 47 school districts that make up the BOCES districts of Capital Region and Questar gathered to conduct a panel discussion on education funding and the contin

This past Tuesday, Governor Cuomo introduced his 2014-15 budget proposal.

As Martin Luther King day approaches, I wanted to share some thoughts with you.....

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