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Senator Breslin Elects Local Veteran Frank DiNuzzo Jr. for New York State's Veteran's Hall of Fame

Frank J. DiNuzzo, Jr. was born on May 8th, 1924 in Watervliet, NY to Italian immigrants. He joined the Army in 1943 and upon completion of basic training joined the 204th Combat Engineers. The unit prepared and trained in England for the invasion of France. Through the early days after the Normandy Invasion, the unit cleared the beachhead for follow-on forces. The 204th then moved into Northern France along the Maginot Line to clear a path for General Patton’s armor force. For three days, his unit heroically dug out hundreds of personnel and tank mines. For his actions, Frank was awarded the Bronze Star.

May 23, 2012
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Senator Breslin Honors Rev. Debra Jameson for the Senate's Annual "Women of Distinction" Program

The Senate's 'Women of Distinction" program provides a special opportunity to honor women throughout our State.  The program was created as part of the Senate's celebration of Women's History Month.  "There are remarkable women in out midst whose lives, work or special accomplishments contribute to making our communities better, making our families stronger and serve as special examples to others," stated Senator Breslin. "I am honored to name Rev. Debra Jameson  as my 2012 'Women of Distrinction' recipient."

 

May 16, 2012
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Senator Breslin Shows Support for Rural and Small City Schools

I enjoyed speaking at the Rural and Small City School Lobby Day on February 29th. While we are facing tough economic times it critical that we remember that a long term solution to our economic problems is an investment in quality education for all students. For too long we have let our rural and small city schools carry an unfair burden. If we truly want to ensure all students receive a proper education we must redirect the competitive grant funding to school aid. We must allow the principles of fairness and equality to guide us in our school funding formulas.

March 7, 2012
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Senator Breslin recently honored The College of Saint Rose Women’s Soccer Team for their excellent sportsmanship and for reaching the national semifinals of the 2009 NCAA Women’s College Soccer Championships.

The College of Saint Rose Women’s Soccer Team was recently honored for their excellent sportsmanship and for reaching the national semifinals of the 2009 NCAA Women’s College Soccer Championships. The team is pictured here with Senator Breslin, President Mark Sullivan, and Head Coach Laurie Darling Gutheil.

April 27, 2010
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Senator Breslin speaking at SUNY Albany day.

Senator Breslin speaking at SUNY Albany day.

May 15, 2009
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Senator Breslin addressing the town hall meeting.

Senator Breslin sponsored a Town Hall Meeting in the Touhey Forum at the College of Saint Rose to discuss the local impact of the Federal Stimulus Package. The meeting was attended by almost 300 interested community members.

May 15, 2009
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The Woodland Hills school group recently took a tour of the New York State Capitol and stopped for a discussion with Senator Breslin.

The Woodland Hills school group recently took a tour of the New York State Capitol and stopped for a discussion with Senator Breslin.

May 15, 2009
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Senator Breslin sponsored a Town Hall Meeting in the Touhey Forum at the College of Saint Rose to discuss the local impact of the Federal Stimulus Package. The meeting was attended by almost 300 interested community members.

Senator Breslin sponsored a Town Hall Meeting in the Touhey Forum at the College of Saint Rose to discuss the local impact of the Federal Stimulus Package. The meeting was attended by almost 300 interested community members.

May 15, 2009
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Senator Breslin responding to a question at the Federal Stimulus Package town hall meeting.

Senator Breslin sponsored a Town Hall Meeting in the Touhey Forum at the College of Saint Rose to discuss the local impact of the Federal Stimulus Package. The meeting was attended by almost 300 interested community members.

May 15, 2009
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