You should know that during these last days of the New York State 2014 Senate Session, some very interesting things are happening.
By this time of the year, when the session is about to end, it is traditional to see all the deal makers and shakers going from one place to another trying to get their projects and pieces of legislation passed before everyone goes back home for the rest of the year.
Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz Welcomes All to the Annual Christian Children's Parade
New York State Senator Reverend Rubén Díaz (D-Bronx) welcomes all New Yorkers to the Christian Children’s Parade on Saturday, June 14, 2014, beginning at 12:00 noon. More than 300 churches and community organizations will be marching on 3rd Avenue from East 97th Street to East 116th Street in New York City. The Grand Marshall for the 2014 Christian Children's Parade is Jorge Ramos, WNJU/Channel 47 Anchor.
You should know that even though the New York State Senate's 2014 Session will end on June 19th, on that day I will be bringing close to 5,000 people to Washington to attend the Second Annual March for Marriage in Washington, D.C., organized by my friend and tireless supporter of traditional marriage, Brian Brown, President of the National Organization of Marriage.
You should know that with the legislative session concluding this month, Governor Cuomo and legislators can still accomplish much before we go home and campaign.
Among the positive things we can do in our remaining time in Albany is to pass into law the Education Investment Tax Credit bill to help thousands more families obtain private scholarships to attend pre-k through 12 schools, including private and parochial schools.