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NYS Senator Eric Adams and NYS Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins proudly announce the June 1st re-launching of the New York State Senate Veterans Hall of Fame

PRESS ADVISORY VETERANS HALL OF FAME RE-LAUNCHED JUNE 1ST  NYS Sen Eric Adams, Chair of the Committee on Veterans, Homeland Security, and Military Affairs, is Joined by Sen Andrea Stewart-Cousins to Announce the June 1st Re-Launching of the NYS Senate Veterans Hall of Fame.

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Senator Adams Helps Pass Veterans Benefit Package

NYS Senator Eric Adams, Chair of Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee said, “I have the privilege of announcing the introduction of legislation in the New York State Senate in honor of and dedicated to the women and men who have served our country, our local heroes, the cherished veterans across our State.

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NYS Senator Eric Adams Announces Passage of "POW-MIA Flag Bill"

 

NYS Senator Eric Adams announces that S7275, legislation known as the “POW-MIA flag bill,” has passed in the Senate. The bill requires the NYS Capitol to fly the Prisoner Of War – Missing In Action Flag whenever the U.S. flag is flown.

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NYS Senator Eric Adams Announces Passage of His Veterans Mental Health Act (S7961)

 

NYS Senator Eric Adams announces passage of S7961, his Veterans Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Act, to improve health care for NYS veterans

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NYS Senator Eric Adams, Chair of the Committee on Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs, Promotes the Rights of All Veterans to Secure Housing

 

NYS Senator Eric Adams, Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Chair, marks the signing into law of S6279, his legislation ensuring that all veterans receive credit for their military service when applying for Mitchell Lama housing

NYS Senator Eric Adams states: “The Mitchell Lama housing program was created in 1955 to provide affordable rental and cooperative housing to moderate and middle income working families in New York City. Reasonably priced rents and maintenance make the program a very popular one, and there are often long waiting lists for each development.

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