George Onorato's Photos

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January 18, 2010
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September 18, 2009
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Working for Queens

WORKING FOR QUEENS: Senator Onorato (seated) works with other members of the State Senate and Assembly delegation from Queens to fight on behalf of the borough’s constituents and New York City as a whole. Pictured here are some of the Senate and Assembly representatives from Queens: (l-r standing) Assemblymembers Mark Weprin, Anne Margaret Carrozza, Vivian E. Cook, and Marge Markey; Senator Serphin Maltese; and Assemblymembers Barbara M. Clark, Nettie Mayersohn, Ivan Lafayette and Michele R. Titus.

March 31, 2009
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Fighting for City Schools

FIGHTING FOR CITY SCHOOLS: Education funding is always a hot topic in Albany, and members of the United Federation of Teachers met with Senator Onorato earlier this year to express their concerns about the education of New York City school children.

March 31, 2009
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Queens Loves Libraries

QUEENS LOVES LIBRARIES: Members of the Queens delegation to the State Legislature met with Thomas W. Galante, the Interim Director of the Queens Borough Public Library, to discuss the need for adequate library funding in the State Budget. Pictured standing (l-r) are: Assemblymembers Nettie Mayersohn, Barry Grodenchik, Ivan C. Lafayette, and Audrey Pheffer; State Senators Serphin Maltese and John Sabini; Assemblymember Mark Weprin; and State Senator Malcolm A. Smith.

March 31, 2009
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The Cardinal in Albany

THE CARDINAL IN ALBANY: Senator Onorato had the opportunity to speak with His Eminence Edward Cardinal Egan when the Cardinal made a springtime visit to the State Capitol.

March 31, 2009
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Cadet Program

CADET PROGRAM: Senator Onorato had the pleasure of spending time with constituent and SUNY Maritime Cadet Paul Jaszy at a special Albany reception honoring the maritime program.

March 31, 2009
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Keeping College Affordable

KEEPING COLLEGE AFFORDABLE: Senator Onorato is a strong supporter of the State's Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Here, he meets with local college students who are fighting back against proposed TAP budget cuts and other harmful changes to the program.

March 31, 2009
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