James S. Alesi's Press releases

Senator Alesi Announces NY Works Projects for Finger Lakes Region as Part of NY Works Program

Budget Will Help Create Jobs and Promote Economic Development While Upgrading the Region’s Transportation Infrastructure

April 4, 2012
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SENATOR ALESI ATTENDS CPR RECOGNITION EVENT CELEBRATING 1,000 STUDENTS TRAINED IN CPR

Attendees Called on the Legislature to Act on Senator Alesi’s Legislation to Include CPR Instruction in High Schools

March 22, 2012
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March 20, 2012
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SENATOR ALESI: LANDMARK ANTI-CRIME BILL SIGNED INTO LAW / SENATE, ASSEMBLY & GOVERNOR JOIN FORCES TO EXPAND DNA DATABANK

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March 19, 2012
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Honoring Penfield Volunteer Ambulance Members

The Penfield Volunteer Emergency Ambulance Service hosted its annual awards banquet on Saturday.

March 19, 2012
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SENATOR ALESI LEGISLATION TO STRENGTHEN MEGAN’S LAW PASSES SENATE

 Legislation Creates Penalty for Providing False Information When Registering as a Sex Offender    

March 14, 2012
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SENATOR ALESI ANNOUNCES 2012 NEW JOBS-NY JOB CREATION PLAN

Plan Would Create Jobs, Cut Taxes and Control State Spending

March 8, 2012
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SENATE PASSES LEGISLATION PROHIBITING HARMFUL LEVELS OF TOXICS IN CHILDREN’S JEWELRY

 

The New York State Senate today passed a measure that would prohibit the sale of children’s jewelry which may contain harmful levels of cadmium and other hazardous substances. The bill (S.4055A), sponsored by Senator Jim Alesi (R-C-I, Perinton) protects children from accidentally ingesting cadmium, often used in inexpensive charm bracelets, pendants and other jewelry.

March 6, 2012
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Senator Alesi Supports Measure to Reduce Administrative Costs for New York Businesses

Legislation Eliminates an Employer’s Annual Notice Requirement    

The Senate acted yesterday to pass a bill to amend the “Job Theft Prevention Act of 2010,” to alleviate burdensome administrative provisions with aggregate costs in the millions of dollars. 

March 1, 2012
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