Monroe County Schedules H1N1 Clinic

MONROE COUNTY SCHEDULES H1N1 CLINIC

Residents of all ages can be vaccinated

The Monroe County Department of Public Health will hold another H1N1 clinic on

February 23, 2010. The clinic is open to all persons aged 6 months and older,

regardless of health condition. There is no charge for the vaccination.

“Getting vaccinated is still an important and wise thing to do. While local flu levels

have been low the past few weeks, infectious disease experts are divided as to

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Join the Fight!

Voice your opinion and help Senator Owen Johnson by signing his online petitions below:

 

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Op-Ed: State needs to confront autism epidemic

Autism is now recognized as a medical condition requiring treatment and health insurance coverage, but there is no such coverage.

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Rational Animal - Resources for Animal Rights and Assistance

Rational Animal homepage: http://www.rational-animal.org/

Other Brooklyn resources, courtesy of Trails to Tails Guide:

Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition: 718-360-9918, www.bbawc.org

In Our Hands Rescue: www.inourhandsrescue.org

Mutts & Mitts of Brooklyn: 347-405-8659, www.muttsandmitts.blogspots.com

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Senator Squadron Applauds Governor for Signing “Bruno Gap” Bill Into Law, Pushes for Immediate Progress on Comprehensive Reform

Today, State Senator Daniel Squadron released the following statement upon Governor Paterson’s signing of S6439 (Squadron)/A9559 (Silver), the “Bruno Gap” bill:

“In Albany, the struggle for reform is slow, and true steps forward are rare.  That's why I am pleased that today Governor Paterson signed into law the bill I wrote with Speaker Sheldon Silver to close the "Bruno Gap" in state ethics law, making it illegal for a public officer to use government resources for outside, for-profit business.

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO LETTER URGING MTA TO ABANDON PROPOSED LIRR & LI BUS SERVICE CUTS

Senator Fuschillo recently wrote to MTA Chairman Jay Walder to oppose the MTA's proposed LIRR & LI Bus service cuts.'

You can read a copy of Senator Fuschillo's letter to Chairman Walder by clicking the link below. 

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO INFORMS RESIDENTS HOW TO VOICE THEIR OPINION ON MTA’S PROPOSED SERVICE CUTS

LIRR, LI Bus Riders Can Submit Comments to MTA at Public Hearing, Through Mail, or Email 

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