Joseph P. Addabbo Jr's Press releases

Op-Ed Senate Stalemate

Two weeks ago, as the Democratic Conference prepared an end-of-session push to pass vital legislation before the State Senate commences, the GOP was also busy at work -- plotting an illegal coup in an attempt to overthrow the State Senate.

They have refused to acknowledge that the current 31-31 split in our chamber requires compromise, and are intent on trying to seize power they are not entitled to, even if it means holding the residents of New York State hostage.

June 29, 2009
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Senator Addabbo's Mayoral Control Town Hall in Middle Village

NEW YORK STATE SENATORJOSEPH P. ADDABBO JR.(D) 15TH SENATE DISTRICT

District Office 159-53 102nd Street Howard Beach, NY 11414

For Immediate Release: May 22, 2009Patricia McCabe| nyssenatepmc@aol.com |  (718) 738-1111 (w)

SENATOR JOSEPH P. ADDABBO JR. HEARS PUBLIC OPINION FROM PARENTS AND TEACHERS ON WHETHER TO RENEW AUTHORITY FOR MAYORAL CONTROL OF NEW YORK CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

**PRESS RELEASE**

May 26, 2009
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Addabbo Supports Legislation to Require DOT Traffic Safety Survey for Seniors

For Immediate ReleaseContact ……………………… Patricia A. McCabe, 718-738-1111

May 11, 2009
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Addabbo Announces Prescription Saver Discount Card

For Immediate ReleaseContact:  Patricia A. McCabe, 718-738-1111

May 11, 2009
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Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. Supports Legislation to Remember the Holocaust

Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr.
              Supports Legislation to Remember the Holocaust
 
 

May 11, 2009
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Senator Addabbo Supports Transportation Reform

    Senator Joseph P. Addabbo

                                       Supports Transportation Reform

May 11, 2009
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Addabbo Supports Legislation to Create "Senior Citizens Day"

                      Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr.

May 11, 2009
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Increased Penalties for Cemetery Vandalism

                      SENATOR JOSEPH P. ADDABBO, JR.

May 11, 2009
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Senate Elections Committee Holds Hearing Introducing Proposals to Update and Reform the State's Poll Site Accessibility and Absentee Ballot Laws

Monday, the Elections Committee held the first of two hearings this month dedicated to soliciting public comment on a number of proposals to update and reform the state’s poll site accessibility and absentee ballot laws, and poll site operations. The May hearings in Albany (May 11) and Syracuse (May 14) are the second set in a series of five that will continue in June, September and November. Future topics include: campaign finance reform; Board of Elections oversight; additional election reform laws; and oversight of the November elections.  

May 11, 2009
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