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ALBANY – Assemblymember John T. McDonald III has officially announced his intention to seek a second term representing New York’s 108th Assembly District.

Last month was a good month for libraries in the 108th Assembly District as over $245,000 in grants where awarded to the Cohoes Public Library, the Waterford Library, the Troy Library District and

One of the several bills passed by the Assembly last month was legislation to help employees recover wages that have been withheld by unscrupulous employers.

One of the higher priority items at the end of this legislative session was approved this evening when Assembly legislation was passed to address the growing heroin and opioid epidemic in New York

This past week the Assembly passed a resolution declaring June 12 as “Women Veterans Recognition Day” in the state of New York (K.1343).

As reported in the Times Union yesterday by Steve Barnes (here), Assemblymembers Phil Steck, Pat Fahy and I recently put forth a package of four bills as a result of the recent concerns regarding t

There are a few bills of interest to local governments and those that they serve that I wanted to share with you as session starts to wind down.

As summer approaches, many of us in the Capital Region will be celebrating Memorial Day by enjoying barbecues, parties and a day off from work and school.

In honor of this year’s Legislative Disabilities Awareness Day, the Assembly passed several measures to help improve the quality of life for New Yorkers with disabilities.