James S. Alesi's posts related to Health

Senator Alesi Protecting Child Safety

For several years now, Senator Alesi has sponsored numerous bills that tackle the issue of removing dangerous toxins from toys, novelty products, costume jewelry, candy, and drinking water.             Toxins such as chromated copper arsenate (CCA), lead, phthalates, and bisphenol-A (BPA) have been found in playgrounds and in many common products such as toys, pacifiers, and baby bottles.

SENATOR ALESI LEGISLATION BANNING CADMIUM IN CHILDREN’S JEWELRY RECEIVING NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ACCLAIM

Senator Jim Alesi (R-Perinton) today discussed legislation he introduced that would ban cadmium in jewelry products intended for children.  The Senator met with reporters in his District Office in Fairport this afternoon.

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Community Update: Week Ending 2/26/2010

Senate Republican Medicaid Task Force Issues Report

Medicaid continues to be the fastest growing part of state and county budgets. New York spends more than $52 billion annually, 70% more than the national average. Additionally, more than one in five New Yorkers are on the Medicaid rolls. The sweeping policy recommendations of the Task Force will empower county executives and district attorneys to boost their local Medicaid fraud efforts, combat waste and abuse within the system and save taxpayers as much as $500 million this year. The Senate Republican Task Force recommends:

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Senator Alesi's Health Fair Newsletter

Please open the attached .PDF file to view Senator Alesi's latest newsletter.

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Toy Safety Letter

Please open the attached .PDF file to view Senator Alesi's letter to his constituents concerning toy safety.

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"National Wear Red Day" is February 3rd