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Don’t Let the Tax Cap Expire: Let’s KEEP THE CAP!

From creating the historic STAR and Enhanced STAR programs, to enacting property tax rebate legislation, the Senate Republican Majority has consistently led the fight to provide hardworking families with property tax relief. 

May 19, 2015
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Join The Women's Equality Campaign In New York State

     Recently, the New York State Assembly took action on components of the Senate's Women’s Equality Agenda which the Senate passed back in January.  This eight-point plan that takes steps to protect the rights of New York women at work and at home and it is important that every component be voted on and approved by the Assembly.

March 21, 2015
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Join The Fight To Protect New York Families

Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) and Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota recently joined victims' families to call for the enactment of stronger penalties against hit-and-run drivers who kill or cause serious physical injuries to others.

In just the past three years alone, there have been a total of fifty-eight (58) indictments in Suffolk for leaving the scene of a fatality or serious physical injury.  Following are some of the details of these horrific and senseless deaths:

January 20, 2015
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Join The Effort To Stop The "New York Is Home" Legislation

Recently, Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) joined with his Senate Republican colleagues to voice their opposition to the Senate Democrats’ plan to provide rights and benefits to illegal immigrants.

The plan would provide those who live in the state illegally with, among other things, the right to vote, the right to hold office, the ability to obtain a driver’s license and immediate access to financial benefits. 

If you would like to join the effort to stop this ill-advised plan, enter your information below to let Albany Democrats know that all who take advantage of being a New Yorker must also follow the laws. 

September 18, 2014
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