DNA UPON ARREST: CATCHING MORE CRIMINALS ACROSS NYS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Abby Ross

OCTOBER 13, 2009 Office: (718) 822-2049

Cell: (479) 283-3505

 

DNA UPON ARREST: CATCHING MORE CRIMINALS ACROSS NYS

 

Senator Klein and FOX’s “America’s Most Wanted” Host John Walsh propose legislation mandating DNA collection upon arrest in order to help solve nearly 30,000 unsolved crimes scenes in New York State

 

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Fishy Feet

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 12, 2009

Contact: Abby Ross (718) 822-2049 or (479) 283-3505

 

Klein Investigation Finds Dangerous Fish Pedicure Practices

 

Unveils Legislation to Protect Consumer’s Health and Wallets

 

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McDonald Says: “No More Legislative Soap Operas, Let’s Get the Budget Done!”

Troy- Senator Roy McDonald today called for immediate joint legislative budget committees to address the looming budget deficit facing New York State.

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Disruptive Nightclub Loses Liquor License

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: OCTOBER 7, 2009

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DISRUPTIVE NIGHTCLUB LOSES LIQUOR LICENSE

Kleins Wins Fight to Cancel Liquor License for Café Dardania Inc.

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Paterson pitches plan to cut deficits by $5B

Wire and staff reports GLENS FALLS POST STAR

Posted: Thursday, October 15, 2009 11:00 pm

ALBANY -- In a defining moment for Gov. David Paterson, the Democrat proposed Thursday a rare midyear school aid reduction as well as cuts to hospitals, nursing homes and aid to college students, all to contend with the state's growing deficit.

"It's pain that is indescribable, but it is the only way to keep this state from going into default," Paterson said. "I would expect I will come into harsh criticism."

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County, IDA dig for Crossroads addition

By Brian Quinn
Daily Reporter
Wed Oct 14, 2009, 11:33 AM EDT
BELMONT -

Shovels went into the ground Tuesday afternoon in a project county officials say they are eager to see move forward.

Legislators, Industrial Development Agency (IDA) representatives, department heads, project officials and bank representatives gathered in the rain to watch the ceremonial groundbreaking. Now that that’s been done, things are expected to progress fairly quickly.

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Down Syndrome Awareness Month

October is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month and after my urging the governor to recognize this very special event, he has officially designated this Down Syndrome Awareness Month in New York state as well. 

In calling on the governor to make the official proclamation, I stressed the opportunity to increase awareness of Down syndrome and to promote inclusion and acceptance of individuals born with the condition.  I am pleased he accepted the opportunity and issued the statewide proclamation.

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Bringing the SLA to the Community

On October 13, I hosted a discussion on nightlife concerns, bringing together State Liquor Authority (SLA) Chairman Dennis Rosen, SLA CEO Trina Mead, SLA Deputy Commissioner of Licensing Kerri O’Brien, SLA Deputy CEO for New York City Michael Jones, Councilmember Rosie Mendez, Margaret Chin, representatives from the offices of Assembly Members Silver, Kavanagh, and Glick, and leaders from district community boards.

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Senator Flanagan Joins With Small Businesses And Non-Profits to Call For Repeal Of MTA Payroll Tax

Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) joined with his fellow Long Island Republican Senators, business owners and non-profit organization leaders to call for the repeal of the MTA Payroll Tax.  Joining together with those who will be directly impacted, Senator Flanagan, Senator Kemp Hannon, Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr., Senator Owen H.

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