About 1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with Prostate cancer during his lifetime. According to the American Cancer Society Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in American men, behind only lung cancer.
Every day in America, 2,500 children, ages 12 to 17, abuse a prescription pain reliever for the first time. Senator Boyle is ommitted to provide solutions which will help stop our nation’s teens from turning to drugs. That is why he is hosting a “Shed the Meds” event on Saturday, July 11th at Babylon Town Hall.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 2 Junior Girls for organized a Cell Phone for Soldiers drive at the Babylon Hibernian Hall. They collected a full box of cell phones which will be donated, so that those serving overseas will be able to contact home. Sentor Boyle was happy to start Independence Day weekend by accepting this gift on behalf of those who guarantee our freedom every day!
Senator Phil Boyle is bringing free civil legal services to your neighborhood. The Mobile Legal Help Center is a partnership between the New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG) and the New York State Courts’ Access to Justice Program that provides free civil legal services to New Yorkers in need.
According to the National Breast Cancer foundation, Breast Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women. That is why Senator Phil Boyle is hosting a FREE Breast Cancer screening at the Lindenhurst Memorial Library.
Mammogram screenings are open to women 40 and older who have not been screened in the past year. Details of the event are below:
“I Love My Park Day” is an exciting statewide event, organized by Parks & Trails New York in partnership with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and local Friends groups, to celebrate and enhance New York’s parks and historic sites to bring visibility to the entire park system in need.
Volunteers will celebrate New York’s park system by cleaning up park lands and beaches, planting trees and gardens, restoring trails and wildlife habitat, removing invasive species, and working on various improvement projects. The details of Senator Boyle's park cleanup are below:
Elected Officials Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Protect Children from Toxic Chemicals
Child Safe Products ActWould Require New York to Report, and Ultimately Ban, Toxic Chemicals in Children’s Products
ALBANY, NY— Today, Sen. Phil Boyle (R-Bay Shore) and Assemblyman Steve Englebright (D-East Setauket) announced the introduction of a bill that would empower New York State to identify and phase out dangerous chemicals in products marketed to kids in New York.
Dear Students,Thank you for your wonderful contribution to the New York State Senate’s Earth Day Poster Contest. This year we received many outstanding posters that exemplify the creativity of the young people in the 4th Senatorial District. Each entry from my District displayed tremendous originality and vision as well as obvious concern for the ecological future of our communities and our state. I am proud of your work and that of your classmates, and encourage you to continue to study and learn more about the serious challenges that face our environment.I am pleased to announce that the winner of the 2015 Earth Day Poster Contest from my District is: Klaudia Rakowski6th GradeWest Babylon Junior High School
It is a priority for Senator Boyle to work hard for those in need. This trying winter weather coupled with high fuel costs has forced many more Long Islander’s to look for assistance to feed themselves and their families. The local churches and food pantries across the Island are having a difficult time to meet this rising demand.
The New York State Senate passed a $142 billion 2015-16 State Budget that reflects the Senate’s commitment to strengthening the economy, increasing education funding by $1.4 billion to $23.5 billion and substantially restoring Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA) cuts, reducing the tax burden on New Yorkers, and creating a brighter future for communities across the state. For the fifth straight year, the 2015-16 State Budget keeps within a two-percent spending cap, rejects tax increases, and turns a $10 billion deficit into a surplus within those five years. Highlights of the 2015-16 State Budget include: