World AIDS Day

News FromNew York StateSenator Shirley L. HuntleyChair of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities

For Immediate Release: November 30, 2009

Contact: Antonio Rodriguez | arodrigu@senate.state.ny.us| (518) 455-3531

SENATOR SHIRLEY L. HUNTLEY RECOGNIZES DECEMBER AS AIDS AWARENESS MONTH AND DECEMBER 1ST AS WORLD AIDS DAY

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GRIFFO ASKS SUNY CHANCELLOR TO HOLD CONFERENCE AT SUNYIT

GRIFFO ASKS SUNY CHANCELLOR TO COME TO MOHAWK VALLEY FOR CONFERENCE ON STRATEGIC PLAN

Stresses Region’s economic development potential

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Politicians deliver: Post offices won’t be closed

By: Lincoln Anderson

Feature article found in the Downtown Express

A united front by local politicians and residents has stopped the U.S. Postal Service from making good on its threat to possibly shutter three Downtown post offices.

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Senate Elections Committee To Hold Albany Hearing To Review Administration Of The 2009 Elections

Hearing will focus on pilot program use of optical scan voting machines and proposals to end wasteful and expensive primary runoffs

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SENATOR GRIFFO & ASSEMBLYWOMAN DESTITO LOOK TO CURB DISTRACTING ROADSIDE MEMORIALS

GRIFFO AND DESTITO LOOK TO CURB DISTRACTING ROADSIDE MEMORIALS

Look to ask Department of Transportation to study and suggest Memorials

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Senator Diane Savino Speaks at the Calandra Institute's 30th Anniversary

 Senator Diane J. Savino spoke at the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute's 30th Year Anniversary, on November 30, 2009.  

The Institute works to foster higher education among Italian-Americans. Senator Savino spoke about the importance of promoting the rich cultural and intellectual history of Italians and Italian Americans.

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Senator Savino Holds Turkey Giveaway

(Staten Island)—Thursday, November 19th, Senator Diane J.

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Support Our Oveseas Troops

Public Service Announcement

 

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Joe Bruno corruption case sparks talks on ethics reform

By Kenneth Lovett

Feature article in The Daily News

ALBANY - The Joe Bruno federal corruption trial has sparked a new round of talks on ethics reform, the Daily News has learned.

Sens. Eric Schneiderman (D-Manhattan) and Daniel Squadron (D-Brooklyn) have quietly been circulating a bill to overhaul the state's porous ethics law.

"Out of crisis comes ... opportunity," Schneiderman said, also crediting The News' "State of Shame" series.

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