Statement From Senate Majority Conference Leader John L. Sampson On Ethics And Election Reform Legislation

For 40 years, special-interests in Albany have prevented reform in state government. Lack of disclosure of business relationships with our lawmakers, the near non-existence of campaign finance enforcement, and millions of special-interest dollars have led us to the brink of fiscal disaster.

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New York State 2010-11 Executive Budget Briefing Book

Governor releases 2010-11 Executive Budget Briefing Book, the proposed Executive Budget.

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Senate Approves Members To SUNY Boards, Veterans' Homes

The New York State Senate confirmed 10 appointees to various state boards today, including members to the SUNY and CUNY Boards of Trustees, Cornell Board of Trustees, SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry Board of Trustees, a number of veterans’ homes, and the State University Construction Fund (SUCF). Eunice A. Lewin; SUNY Board of Trustees

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Senate Passes Legislation to Cut Costs for Municipalities and Help Reduce Property Taxes

The New York State Senate passed legislation (S5426/Aubertine) today which can significantly reduce the burden on local taxpayers by empowering county, city, town and village highway superintendents to better share services across municipal lines. Supporting shared services between municipalities will alleviate the need  for each municipality to purchase equipment and services, thereby cutting costs. 

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Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson Joins with the Bronx AmeriCaribbean Chamber of Commerce and the Haitian Congregation of the Good Samaritan Church to Host a Townhall Meeting

As the Chairwoman of the Haiti Assistance and Relief Taskforce – H.A.R.T., Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson is sponsoring this town hall meeting to:

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National Wear Red Day

Friday, February 5th is National Wear Red Day. Help support the fight
against women's #1 killer - heart disease - by visiting

www.goredforwomen.org,

http://mylifecheck.heart.org/

http://www.goredforwomen.org/BetterU/index.aspx

www.heart.org/WearRedFounders


With heartfelt thanks!

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Medicaid Fraud Costs Billions Annually; Ranzenhofer joins Task Force to eliminate fraud, restore accountability

Albany, NY – State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer has joined the Senate Medicaid Fraud Task Force today.  The U.S. Government Accountability office estimates New York’s Medicaid Fraud to be near $5 billion in 2010.

“Medicaid fraud costs billions of dollars every year. We must investigate ways to eliminate fraud and recover taxpayer dollars to finally restore accountability to New York’s Medicaid program,” said Senator Ranzenhofer.  “I am eager to begin working with county leaders and district attorneys who are on the front lines of fighting fraud.”

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SENATE REPUBLICANS: TOUGHER MEDICAID FRAUD EFFORT NEEDED TO STOP ABUSE AND SAVE TAX DOLLARS

Senator Hannon To Chair New Medicaid Fraud Task Force

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Senate Passes Aubertine Legislation to Cut Costs for Municipalities and Help Reduce Property Taxes

ALBANY (February 2, 2010)—The New York State Senate today passed by unanimous vote legislation (S.5426) sponsored by Sen. Darrel J. Aubertine intended to empower county, city, town and village highway superintendents to better share services across municipal lines to save money.

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