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Klein Fights For Financial Aid

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Abby Ross

September 16, 2009 Office: (718) 822-2049

Cell: (479) 283-3505

 

KLEIN FIGHTS FOR FINANCIAL AID

 

Klein Urges Governor Paterson to Sign a Bill that would Save Fordham Preparatory School Thousands of Dollars

 

 

September 17, 2009
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Senator Klein Holds 15th Annual Senior Appreciation Day

 

NEW YORK- State Senate Deputy Majority Leader Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) celebrated his 15th annual Senior Appreciation Days on Thursday, September 3rd and Friday, September 4th.

September 8, 2009
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Klein Unveils More Than 400 Registered Sex Offenders Live in Nassau County, District 7 and Suffolk County, District 3 Combined

You’ve Got Mail:

There’s a Sex Offender in the Neighborhood

Klein, Foley, Johnson and Community Advocates Urge Governor Paterson to Sign Bill that would Allow Residents to receive Instant E-mail Alerts when a Sex Offender moves into their Zip Code

More Than 400 Registered Sex Offenders Live in Nassau County, District 7 and Suffolk County, District 3 Combined

 

September 1, 2009
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Senator Klein Rallies For Sex Offender Notification Bill

 

You’ve Got Mail:

There’s a Sex Offender in the Neighborhood

Klein & Stachowski Urge Governor Paterson to Sign Bill that would Allow Residents to receive Instant E-mail Alerts when a Sex Offender moves into their Zip Code

More than 400 Registered Sex Offenders Live in Buffalo

 

August 25, 2009
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For Health or Profit? Klein Unveils Sickly Scorecard of Major HMOs

Investigation Finds NYS HMO’s Restrict Access to Prescription Drugs Critical to Treating HIV/AIDS, Cancer and Heart Disease 

Presents Legislation that would Stop Insurance Companies from Creating Hurdles for Patients Seeking Brand Name Drugs 

NEW YORK- Senator Jeffrey D. Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) joined by Assemblyman Adriano Espaillat (D-Manhattan), Members of the NYS Medical Society, Members of the NYS Rheumatology Society, Members of the NYC Pharmacists Society, Physicians and Victims released the results of his second annual report, For Health or Profit, detailing how insurance companies restrict their members’ access to brand-name prescription drugs that treat serious health conditions like cancer and cardiovascular disease on Sunday. 

August 17, 2009
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Seniors at Risk

Klein investigation finds more than 30,000 estimated incidents of Elder Abuse annually in New York State 

August 4, 2009
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Senator Jeff Klein Presents 2009 Summertime Symphonies Concert Series!

Please see the attached schedule for the Summertime Symphonies Concert Series

July 28, 2009
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Klein proposes Bi-Partisan Operating Agreement

NEW YORK- In an effort to break the Senate stalemate, Senators Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester), Craig Johnson (D- Nassau), Diane Savino (D- Brooklyn/Staten Island), William Stachowski (D- Erie), Brian Foley (D- Suffolk), David Valesky (D-Cayuga/Madison/Oneida/Onondaga), Darrel Aubertine (D- Jefferson/Oswego/ St. Lawrence), Thomas Duane (D-Manhattan) and George Onorato (D-Queens) proposed a long-term bipartisan operating agreement that would get the Senate back to work.

July 8, 2009
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Klein Plan to Increase Access to Healthcare

Proposes Expanding EPIC eligibility Coverage for An Additional 5,000 Seniors ALBANY, NY-Senators Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) and Ruben Diaz Sr., Chairman of the Aging Committee, joined with AARP and the Statewide Senior Action Network to call for passage of his legislation which would increase medical coverage for thousands of seniors by raising the income threshold of EPIC (Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage).

May 12, 2009
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Klein Hosts Bishop Nathan Edwers

Leader of the Friendship Worship Center Offers Senate Invocation

ALBANY, NY-Senator Jeff Klein was honored to host the spiritual leader of the Friendship Worship Center in Mt. Vernon to offer the opening invocation for the April 19th session of the NY State Senate.

April 27, 2009
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