SENATOR FUSCHILLO MEETS WITH RETAILERS TO DISCUSS WAYS TO PREVENT ORGANIZED RETAIL THEFT WHICH COSTS CONSUMERS MONEY

Photo caption: Senator Fuschillo and Assemblyman McDonough view some of the security measures being used by Target to stop organized retail thieves. Organized Retail Theft costs Target an estimated $500 million each year, forcing them to pass the costs onto to consumers in the form of higher prices.

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"I Love New York" to Become Official State Slogan Under Serrano Bill

Serrano S.3424 Passes Senate; Awaits Signature from Governor

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McDonald Meets with Saratoga County Board of Supervisors

Albany – Senator Roy McDonald recently met with the Legislative & Research Committee of the Saratoga County Board of Supervisors to discuss important County issues.

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McDonald Meets with Saratoga County Board of Supervisors

Albany – Senator Roy McDonald recently met with the Legislative & Research Committee of the Saratoga County Board of Supervisors to discuss important County issues.

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Senator Farley Reminds Constituents to Protect Against Lyme Disease -- May Is Lyme Disease Awareness Month

As nicer weather arrives and people spend more time outdoors, State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C - Schenectady) reminds constituents to guard against Lyme Disease.

"People are at moderate risk of suffering a tick bite during April, and the risks get higher in May through September," Senator Farley said.

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Senator Flanagan Seeks Accountability of State Use of Federal Stimulus Funding

Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) today joined with his colleague John A. DeFrancisco (50th Senate District) and Senate Republican Leader Dean Skelos (9th Senate District) to propose a comprehensive reform plan that will maximize job creation and ensure greater openness, transparency and accountability with regard to the billions of dollars in federal stimulus funding New York will receive over the next two years.

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Stronger Penalties Proposed For Work Zone Violators

Stronger Penalties Proposed For Work Zone Violators

Queens Gazette

New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan last Wednesday joined with state Senator Diane Savino and Assemblymember Michael Cusick to announce efforts to strengthen state laws protecting crews in active work zones, marking the 10th annual National Work Zone Awareness Week.

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