Michael H. Ranzenhofer's Videos

Ranzenhofer comments on DNA database expansion bill

Senator Ranzenhofer discusses legislation before the State Senate to expand the State's DNA database.

February 3, 2012
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Your Voice with Senator Ranzenhofer - January 31

Senator Ranzenhofer discusses legislation to expand the DNA database, the status of the STAMP project in Genesee county, and other issues in the State Capitol.

February 1, 2012
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Your Voice with Senator Ranzenhofer - January 24

Senator Ranzenhofers asks for feedback from constituents on the Governor's budget proposal, discusses State funding for Roswell Park Cancer Institute and talks about one his bills which recently passed the State Senate.

January 25, 2012
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Your Voice with Senator Ranzenhofer - January 19

Senator Ranzenhofer talks about personal income tax cuts, Medicaid reform, Property Tax cap, and Pension reform.

January 20, 2012
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Video: Ranzenhofer comments on Williamsville East High School's national award for arts program

State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer has honored Williamsville East High School with a Joint Legislative Resolution for being named by the College Board as the Middle States  Regional winner and the National winner of the annual Award for Excellence and Innovation in the Arts.

The school submitted the Collaborations and Connections program for consideration. The Collaborations and Connections program, founded in 2000, is built around the work of a guest poet whose own work inspires students to collaborate on poetry, music, dance and the visual arts.  The yearlong program brings together students from Buffalo and Williamsville to create a truly community-oriented experience. 

June 21, 2011
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Video: Senator Ranzenhofer comments on the Veterans Hall of Fame Senate resolution

Senator Ranzenhofer speaks in support of Senate Resolution J.2277, honoring the distinguished veterans from New York on their induction into the New York State Veterans Hall of Fame.

June 17, 2011
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Video: Pilozzi selected as Veterans Hall of Fame Honoree

United States Army Commissioned Second Lieutenant and City of Tonawanda Mayor Ronald J. Pilozzi has been selected – by State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer – as a New York State Veterans Hall of Fame Honoree for his gallantry in the U.S. Armed Forces and service to the community. 

Pilozzi served as a Commissioned Second Lietuenant in U.S. Army from 1970 to 1972 after joining ROTC at Canisius College. During that time, he served as an Artillery Officer with the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam and then as an Executive Officer of the 81st Artillery in West Germany. 

June 16, 2011
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Senator Ranzenhofer speaks with 2011 Woman of Distinction Honoree Millie Tomidy-Pepper

State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer honored Millie Tomidy-Pepper as the 2011 Woman of Distinction for the 61st District at the 14th Annual Senate Women of Distinction ceremony, honoring her outstanding contributions in enriching the quality of life for the community and beyond.

May 26, 2011
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State Senate passes UB 2020 legislation

The State Senate passed UB 2020 legislation by a vote of 53 - 1. State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer voted in favor of the legislation.

March 4, 2011
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Ranzenhofer speaks on property tax cap legislation

Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer speaks on the floor of the State Senate in support of property-tax cap legislation. Click here for more information on the legislation.

February 7, 2011
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Ranzenhofer explains State spending cap legislation

State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer explains Senate Bill No. 1892, which would enact a State spending cap at two percent or 120 percent of the Consumer Price Index, whichever is less.  If a spending cap had been implemented for the previous ten years, New York would spend $30 billion less next year. Enacting a spending cap now would force the State to cut spending by $9 billion next year.  The legislation, introduced and sponsored by Senator Ranzenhofer, passed the State Senate on January 19.

 

January 19, 2011
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