Andrew J Lanza's Reports

Driver’s Licenses For Illegal Aliens?

As your state senator, it is one of my duties to make sure you and your loved ones are as safe and secure as possible. That’s why I find the Governor’s decision to allow illegal aliens to easily obtain drivers licenses so concerning.

January 1, 2008
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Sex Offender Registry: Learn if a sex offender is living in your neighborhood!

SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY: Learn if a sex offender is living in your neighborhood!

New Yorkers now have the ability to find out if any high or moderate risk sex offenders live in their neighborhood by simply doing a search on the Registry’s website.

There are currently over 31,000 convicted sex offenders listed on the State’s Sex Offender Registry. Parents, teachers, grandparents and caregivers should have the ability to know if a sex offender is living near their children so they can take the necessary precautions to protect them.

January 1, 2008
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Local Food Drives

If you would like to donate to local food drives, you may ship or drop items off at my district office located at:

3845 Richmond Ave., Suite 2AStaten Island, NY 10312

Project Hospitality is requesting the following items before December 10th:

Canned sweet potatoes

Rice

Corn bread mix

Canned vegetables & fruit

Stuffing

Canned cranberries

Gravy

Gloves

Hats

Scarves

Sweatshirts

Toys for children

Books

Games

Our Lady of Good Counsel is

October 31, 2007
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Share's New York State Ovarian Cancer Toll-free Hotline Is Up And Running!

SHARE is a 30-year old not-for-profit organization that provides a peer-led supportive network and community of women and men affected by breast or ovarian cancer. SHARE’s work includes support, education, and advocacy in the struggle for access to quality health care, improved treatments and finding the cure for these diseases.

August 6, 2007
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Protecting Children From Internet Predators

You don’t need to watch Dateline NBC’s ‘To Catch a Predator’ to know that technology has created dangerous opportunities to strike at young people. We have an obligation to fight every day to ensure our children grow up in safe communities. We need to make sure that the laws designed to protect our children are keeping pace with technological advances, which is why I serve on the Senate Task Force on Critical Choices.

File: 
Protecting-Children-in-the-Internet-Age.pdf

February 27, 2007
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