BONACIC: LEGISLATURE SHOULD VOTE ON AUTISM BILL NEXT WEEK

October 21, 2009:  State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/I/C – Mt. Hope) called on Senate President Malcolm Smith  and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, to bring legislation up for a vote at next week’s anticipated special session, which would provide insurance coverage for children up to the age of 21 diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

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BONACIC: LEGISLATURE SHOULD VOTE ON AUTISM BILL NEXT WEEK

October 21, 2009:  State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/I/C – Mt. Hope) called on Senate President Malcolm Smith  and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, to bring legislation up for a vote at next week’s anticipated special session, which would provide insurance coverage for children up to the age of 21 diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

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RURAL FUTURES: Fall 2009 by the Legislative Commission on Rural Resources

Newsletter from the New York State Legislative Commission on Rural Resources.

File: 
Fall 2009 LCRR Newsletter

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Serrano at All Hallow's High School

Senator Serrano, alongside Lee Llambelis, Director of Intergovernmental Affairs for the Office of the Attorney General of the State of New York, gave a presentation on avoiding the pitfalls of the student loan industry at All Hallows High School in the Bronx.

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Statement by New York State Senator Duane RE: Hiram Monserrate

"From the time Hiram Monserrate was arrested on domestic violence charges last December, I have been outspoken in my disgust and horror at his actions, and at the sad but true fact that he continued to serve in the New York State Senate.  As I said privately and publicly in the Senate Democratic Conference, indeed to Senators on both sides of the aisle, and publicly at my District-wide Town Hall Meeting and elsewhere, I am appalled to serve with him and I believe Mr.

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CITIZENSHIP NOW EVENT YIELDS CROWDS OF MANY EAGER APPLICANTS

FROM THE OFFICE OF STATE SENATOR KEVIN PARKER

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CITIZENSHIP NOW EVENT YIELDS CROWDS OF MANY EAGER APPLICANTS

FROM THE OFFICE OF STATE SENATOR KEVIN PARKER

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ELDERS AGING IN PLACE: WHO’S PAYING THE BILLS?

Please join leading policy makers, practitioners, advocates, and
researchers for a symposium on the benefits, opportunities,
and challenges in daily money management for frail adults.

ELDERS AGING IN PLACE:
WHO’S PAYING THE BILLS?
The Value of Daily Money Management and a Blueprint for Policy

NOVEMBER 13, 2009
8:30AM - 12:15PM
Hunter College School of Social Work
Harold Lewis Auditorium
129 East 79th Street, New York City

(Continental Breakfast will be served)

REGISTER ONLINE AT
http://eldersaginginplace.eventbrite.com
www.brookdale.org
or call (212) 481-3780

Co-Sponsors: 
Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging & Longevity of Hunter College/CUNY
AARP
Altman Foundation
Isaac H. Tuttle Fund

Location

Hunter College School of Social Work
129 East 79th Street, Harold Lewis Auditorium
New York, NY 10075
United States
Phone: (212) 481-3780
40° 46' 31.3212" N, 73° 57' 32.8104" W

Senate Majority Conference Leader John L. Sampson Announces Formation Of Special Committee Of Inquiry

(New York, NY)- Senate Majority Conference Leader John L. Sampson announced the formation of a special committee of inquiry to investigate the conduct for which Senator Hiram Monserrate was convicted by the State Supreme Court of Queens County.

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Ag Chair Introduces Bill to Provide Relief for Dairy Farmers

 

Ban on “stop & haul” charges would effectively add $1-2 per CWT to bimonthly milk checks

Aubertine holds issues roundtable in Ithaca to hear farmers on this bill, farm labor, dairy crisis 

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