Senator Farley Warns Of An Internet Scam Concerning The Irs

With this being tax season, State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C - Schenectady) stresses constituents should be leery if they receive an e-mail from the Internal Revenue Service asking them for personal information.

"This e-mail is a scam and is not from the IRS. This fake message promises the IRS will give you a tax refund if you give them some personal information such as a Social Security number," Senator Farley said.

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Senate Approves Significant Aid Increases For Area Localities

Albany, N.Y.-- State Senator George H. Winner, Jr. (R-C, Elmira) today said that the Senate’s 2006-07 budget proposal lays the framework for significant increases in unrestricted state aid to the cities of Corning, Elmira, Hornell and Ithaca."This year’s state budget must recognize that our region’s small cities and localities across upstate New York face an ongoing struggle with high property taxes. The Senate budget stakes out a very strong position that increased state aid will help localities reduce property taxes.

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STATE SENATOR LIZ KRUEGER GIVEN A 100% RATING BY THE DRUM MAJOR INSTITUTE FOR ADVOCACY ON BEHALF OF NEW YORK'S MIDDLE CLASS

New York, NY – State Senator Liz Krueger (D-Manhattan) received a perfect score from the Drum Major Institute (DMI) yesterday in a survey titled, "Fighting for New York's Middle Class: 2001-2005 NY State Legislative Scorecard." The report graded individual legislators on their voting record for bills with the potential to impact the state’s middle class.

 

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Senator Fuschillo Warns Residents About Phony Tax Refund Scam

Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District), Chairman of the Senate’s Consumer Protection Committee, today warned residents about a new identity theft email scam that cons people into divulging their personal information by promising an IRS tax refund."March is the time where many of us are preparing our tax returns, and of course we would all love to receive a tax refund. However, it is important that people be wary of these types of scams, which will leave them paying long after April 15th passes," said Senator Fuschillo.

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Senator Volker Continues To Urge State Assembly To Act On Technical Fix To Reestablish Capital Punishment In New York

(ALBANY, NY) Senator Dale M. Volker (R-C-I, Depew) today urged the Democratic leadership of the New York State Assembly to act on legislation already approved last year by the State Senate to fix a technical flaw in New York State’s Capital Punishment statute.

Yesterday, A Wyoming County Sheriff's deputy and an Attica village police officer were shot Wednesday evening after responding to a 911 call from a Bennington home located in Wyoming County. Sgt.

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Senator Volker Continues To Urge State Assembly To Act On Technical Fix To Reestablish Capital Punishment In New York

(ALBANY, NY) Senator Dale M. Volker (R-C-I, Depew) today urged the Democratic leadership of the New York State Assembly to act on legislation already approved last year by the State Senate to fix a technical flaw in New York State’s Capital Punishment statute.

Yesterday, A Wyoming County Sheriff's deputy and an Attica village police officer were shot Wednesday evening after responding to a 911 call from a Bennington home located in Wyoming County. Sgt.

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Bonacic: Budget Conference Committees Commence

State Senator John J.

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Skelos Meets With South Hempstead Resident Who Heads State Music Association

Senator Dean G. Skelos (R-Rockville Centre) attended a performance hosted by the New York State School Music Association ("NYSSMA"). The performance featured the All State Instrumental and Vocal Jazz Ensemble. The performance kicked off "Music in Our Schools Month." Senator Skelos was met by NYSSMA President and South Hempstead resident James Cassara and other NYSSMA officials.

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Klein Secures Large Grant For Mt. Vernon Senior Center

MOUNT VERNON, NY.

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Senator Nozzolio Announces The Senate Has Ensured Snowmobile Trail Funds

Albany—State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio (R-Fayette) today announced that the Senate has protected in its budget New York State’s Snowmobile Trail Funds. Governor Pataki’s proposed plan would have transferred $2.5 million from New York State’s Snowmobile Trail Fund to the State’s general fund. “New York State offers exceptional winter recreation and some of the best snowmobiling in the county. I am very pleased that the Senate has agreed to ensure that the Snowmobile fund remains dedicated to trail maintenance and development,” said Senator Nozzolio.

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