Legislation Changes New York State Law to Allow College and University Physical Therapy Faculty to Form Non-Profit Practices
Amherst, N.Y. - In a press conference on Monday, June 25 at Daemen College, Daemen officials, State Senator Michael Ranzenhofer, and New York Assemblyman Ray Walter announced a major change in New York State law that will improve access to quality affordable healthcare. The amendment to the law was initiated by Daemen, and received bipartisan support, carrying it through the State Legislature.
As I mentioned in my July column, the 2012 Legislative Session has New York continuing to move in a more positive direction. Just as important though are the actions taken during this year’s session to move our higher education institutions in a more positive direction as well, particularly the University at Buffalo, Erie Community College and Daemen College.
LeRoy, NY - The Le Roy Central School District offered Senator Michael Ranzenhofer their sincere thanks and appreciation for the support he provided the district this past year. The Senator worked with the district to secure some additional funding to help defray unanticipated costs incurred by the district as a result of significant environmental testing. Picture: (from left to right) Kim Cox, Superintendent of Schools; Donald Hobart, Le Roy School Board President; and Senator Ranzenhofer.
Amherst, NY - In a farewell ceremony to departing Daemen College President Dr. Edwin Clausen, New York State Senator Michael Ranzenhofer has presented Dr. Clausen with an official pen certificate commemorating a 2012 amendment to New York State law permitting college and university physical therapy faculty to form not-for-profit practices.
The new law was initiated by Daemen and received bipartisan support, carrying it through both houses of the State Legislature in a 164-0 vote as the 2012 Legislative session drew to a close.
Ensures state-of-the-art facility continues to be a regional asset for students all across Western New York
Williamsville, N.Y. – State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer has secured a $290,000 grant for the Williamsville Education Foundation to upgrade and replace outdated equipment for the Space Lab Planetarium at Williamsville North High School.