Senator Nozzolio Honored For Commitment To Catholic Family Services

Newark- Catholic Family Services of Newark today honored Senator Michael Nozzolio for his years of commitment and dedication to the not-for-profit organization. Senator Nozzolio was recognized at a ceremony at the Center’s Hannick Hall campus on East Union Street in Newark. “Throughout my tenure in the State Legislature, I have worked to improve the lives of women struggling with addiction so they can lead hopeful, productive lives,” said Senator Nozzolio.


From Weapons Storage To Data Recovery: Nozzolio Delivers $250,000 To Transform Seneca Army Depot Into Data Disaster Recovery Facility

Romulus—State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio today delivered $250,000 in state funding he secured to develop the Seneca Army Depot and bring new jobs and economic development to Seneca County.


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Senator Kevin Parker Distributes Hundreds Of "Back Packs" Of School Supplies

Brooklyn, NY – The back-to-school experience was made a lot smoother for hundreds of children and their parents who benefitting from the family jamboree and giveaway hosted by State Senator Kevin Parker. Similarly, has he had sone for the past three years, Senator Parker promoted the end of summer event as a fun family day. This year however, it was hosted in conjunction with Redemption Inc. and New Hope Christian Fellowship Center and so attracted a wider cross-section of people from the district and surrounding areas. With a collective effort of Senator Parker’s office, Redemption Inc.


Senator Lanza And Assemblyman Tobacco Call Upon New York To Cut All State Aid To Columbia University

In light of Columbia University’s decision to welcome Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a self proclaimed enemy of the United States, Columbia University should not receive financial aid from the taxpayers of New York. This year, Columbia University received $3.1 million under the Aid for Independent Colleges and Universities program, also known as Bundy Aid.


Statement From State Senator Kevin Parker On The Jena 6

Adding his voice to the chorus of voices that have spoken out about the injustices of the Jena 6, State Senator Kevin Parker reminded the community at large that the price of freedom is eternal vigilance. This serves as a reminder that days of segregation and Jim Crow laws were just a few decades ago and these policies still have a lot to do with race relations in this country." W.E.B Du Bois told us that the ‘problem of the 20th Century is the color-line.’ And it continues to be in the 21st Century.


Senate Democrats Demand End To Needless Partisan Senate Investigations Hearings

State Senate Democratic Leader Malcolm A. Smith (D-St. Albans) and members of the New York State Senate Democratic Conference will hold a press conference today, Sept. 24, in Albany to call for an end to unnecessary politically-motivated Senate Investigations hearings. WHEN: Monday, Sept.


Senator Morahan To Be Honored By NYSRA As 'Public Official Of The Year'

New York State Senator Thomas P. Morahan, Chairman of the Senate's Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities will be honored in Albany on Tuesday, September 25, 2007 by the New York State Rehabilitation Association (NYSRA), as "Public Official of the Year."


In a letter to the Senator, NYSRA President/CEO Jeff Wise noted that his organization's 100 member entities wanted to recognize Senator Morahan for his efforts on behalf of the 'community of people with disabilities.'


Senator Fuschillo To Appear On Cablevision’s "meet The Leaders"

State Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) will be an upcoming guest on "Meet The Leaders", a Cablevision program allowing Long Islanders to hear from their elected officials and community leaders.

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