Senator Padavan Delivers Record State Education Aid for NYC Schools

New York State Senator Frank Padavan (Queens) announced today that the State Legislature has adopted the 2008-2009 State Budget. Padavan noted that the final state budget includes a record $644 million increase in state education aid from last year’s state budget for New York City schools.  All totaled the 2008-09 State Budget invests a record $8.2 billion in education aid for schools throughout the five boroughs.  

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Are You Looking For A Job?

Thinking about a career in public service? Government careers can be both exciting and rewarding. New York State and local governments offer a broad range of career opportunities, from law enforcement to medical, conservation to education, and much more.Government jobs offer competitive salaries and benefits, including flexible work schedules. Best of all, New York State and local government jobs are available right here in New York, so you may not have to travel far to find the rewarding career that you seek.

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Are You Looking For A Job?

Thinking about a career in public service? Government careers can be both exciting and rewarding. New York State and local governments offer a broad range of career opportunities, from law enforcement to medical, conservation to education, and much more.Government jobs offer competitive salaries and benefits, including flexible work schedules. Best of all, New York State and local government jobs are available right here in New York, so you may not have to travel far to find the rewarding career that you seek.

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Senator Saland: Education Budget Provides $1.8 Billion Increase To Schools

Senator Steve Saland (R,I,C Poughkeepsie) today announced the final piece of the 2008-2009 budget with the passage of the Education, Labor and Family Assistance budget.

"This has been a challenging year due to a record $4.6 billion deficit and a change in administration right before the budget deadline," said Senator Saland. "This year’s enacted budget spends less than the budget submitted to us by the former Governor in January, yet still keeps our commitment to education, health care and job creation, while saying no to increased gas taxes and broad based taxes".

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Krueger Moves To Bring Bill Banning Styrofoam Products To Floor For Vote Of Full Senate

SENATOR CITES NEED TO DECREASE USE OF PETROLEUM-BASED PRODUCTS IN ORDER TO CLEAN UP NY WASTE STREAM

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Saland Secures Money In Budget For Walkway Over The Hudson And Long Dock Beacon

Senator Steve Saland (R,I,C Poughkeepsie) today announced he has secured funding in the State Budget for two important projects in Dutchess County -- Walkway Over the Hudson and Long Dock Beacon. Both projects are expected to create jobs and bring millions of dollars in revenue into the County.

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Are You Looking For A Job?

Thinking about a career in public service? Government careers can be both exciting and rewarding. New York State and local governments offer a broad range of career opportunities, from law enforcement to medical, conservation to education, and much more.Government jobs offer competitive salaries and benefits, including flexible work schedules. Best of all, New York State and local government jobs are available right here in New York, so you may not have to travel far to find the rewarding career that you seek.

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State Senate Democratic Task Force On Criminal Justice Reform To Host Public Forum On Preventing Wrongful Convictions

Experts and Exonorees to Testify Regarding Mandatory Recording of Police Interrogations

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Dear Attorney General Mukasey

Michael B. MukaseyAttorney GeneralU.S. Department of Justice 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20530-0001

 

Dear Attorney General Mukasey:

 

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Statement By Senate Democratic Leader Malcolm A. Smith

Governor Spitzer has clearly shown that his administration is focused on curing the ills of our educational system and providing our children with the best possible education.

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