Squadron Remains Hopeful For Ethics Reform

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Jurors in Albany are beginning a third day of deliberations in the federal corruption trial of former Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno. As The Daily News pointed out the other day, the case has "sparked a new round of talks on ethics reform."  Our own state senator, Daniel Squadron, is at the center of the fight for more transparency in New York's ethics law.

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STATEMENT FROM STATE SENATOR KEVIN PARKER ON THE 21ST ANNIVERSARY OF WORLD AIDS DAY

M THE OFFICE OF STATE SENATOR KEVIN PARKER

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Women's Health Matters

We have all heard the expression, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”—and it is quite possibly more true today with advances in diagnostic medicine, than it was when it was coined, perhaps a century ago.  While everyone’s health care matters, the fact remains that women have unique health care needs and access to that care is paramount.&nbsp

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Creating the Green Jobs/Green New York Program – Good for the Economy – Good for the Environment!

In October, the Green Jobs/Green New York Program was enacted into law.  This new initiative invests in a cleaner New York while at the same time creating job opportunities.  At a time when economic development is on life support, it is initiatives like this that are needed to stimulate our economy . 

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November 2009 Community Report

November 2009 Community Report

Dear Neighbor: The following is a summary of some of my office's activities since my last community report:

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