Albany, NY-New York State Senator Michael Venditto (R, C, I- Massapequa), announced today that he has been selected to Chair the Senate Standing Committee on Consumer Protection.
“It’s an honor to be appointed to chair the Senate Committee on Consumer Protection. As Chairman this will give me a unique opportunity to be forceful advocate for not only the rights of consumers in the 8th Senate District, but all of New York,” said Senator Venditto.
“In this ever-changing economical climate, our committee will work hard to deliver real results to consumers, especially those consumers and constituents throughout the 8th Senate District and the Long Island- Metro region who are still rebuilding from Super-Storm Sandy,” continued Senator Venditto.
Outgoing Third District Senator Zeldin Announces Signing of Bill to Protect our Children
New Law Protects Children from Identity Theft
ALBANY—Outgoing Third District State Senator Lee Zeldin (R, C, I—Shirley), Chair of the Senate Consumer Protection Committee, announced today that his bill aimed at protecting minors from identity theft has been signed into law.
The bill, S. 6682, creates a mechanism whereby parents or guardians can place a freeze on the credit record of a minor in order to prevent their child from becoming a victim of identity theft.
Senator Zeldin Announces Huge Win for Suffolk County Electricians
Governor Cuomo Signs Zeldin Bill Allowing Consolidation into One Single Permit for Electrician Licensing in Suffolk
ALBANY—Senator Lee Zeldin (R, C, I—Shirley), Chair of the Senate Consumer Protection Committee, announced today that his bill to help consolidate licenses into one single master electrician license in Suffolk County has been signed into law.
Senator Zeldin Announces Signing of Bill to Authorize Resident Curator Program at Parks and Historic Sites in New York
New Law Allows Private Investors to Rehabilitate Vacant and Deteriorated State Buildings
ALBANY—Senator Lee Zeldin (R, C, I—Shirley) announced today that his bill to authorize the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation to establish a Resident Curator Program has been signed into law.