Lo Que Usted Debe Saber Por el Senador Rev. Ruben Diaz
Esta semana, desde el martes 13 hasta el lunes 19, de este mes de Septiembre, estare viajando a la Republica Dominicana, como parte de una delegacion de Senadores Hispanos que iran a Santo Domingo para conducir una serie de talleres y conferencias juntos a representantes y funcionarios del gobierno Dominicano.
El estado de Nueva York tiene 62 Senadores, de los cuales 6 somos Hispanos. Estos sies Senadores componemos lo que se llama el Caucus Hispano Del Senado Newyorkino.
New York State Senator Reverend Ruben Diaz (D-Bronx), Councilmember Joel Rivera and Community Leader Luis Sepulveda will hold a press conference with other activists on Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at 11:30 AM on the corner of East 181st Street and Daly Avenue in The Bronx to express community outrage over gun violence.
Senator Reverend Ruben Diaz to be Honored in San Juan
New York State Senator Reverend Ruben Diaz (D-Bronx) will be honored at Clamor a Dios on Labor Day, September 5, 2011 at 12:00 noon at at the north entrance of the Capitol building in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Clamor a Dios is an annual event that has been held for decades by Reverend Jorge Raschke, one of Puerto Rico’s most ardent supporters of traditional marriage.
Senator Reverend Diaz stated: “I am deeply humbled to be recognized at the 2011 Clamor a Dios for my efforts to defend marriage. This recognition will invigorate my efforts to keep the marriage issue alive and ultimately let it be decided by New York’s voters.”
New York State Senator Reverend Ruben Diaz (D-Bronx) is happy to announce that Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed the Senator’s fifth sponsored bill into law:
“Last week, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed my fifth sponsored piece of legislation into law (S.333/A.7007). Although it is easy enough for legislators to submit bills for consideration, it is not always easy for those of us who are not in the Majority to be effective legislators and get our bills passed and signed into law.
I celebrate that five of my sponsored bills have been approved in both the Senate and the Assembly, and signed into law by the Governor during the 2011 Session.
New York State Senator Reverend Ruben Diaz (D-Bronx) has posed the following question today to his Facebook friends:
Who here thinks that Governor Andrew Cuomo played games with us when he let the Port Authority claim they'd hike the toll fares by $6 and then he could come along and act like a hero saying to only make it a $1.50 increase?
Yes, Governor Andrew Cuomo tried to make us look like fools.
El Senador Estatal Reverendo Rubén Díaz hace un llamado a los Ministros que asistirán a la reunión con la Senadora Kirsten Gillibrand en el Condado del Bronx y al mismo tiempo les advierte que tengan cuidado y no permitan los utilizen como estrategias de campañas politicas.
New York State Senator Reverend Ruben Diaz (D-Bronx) has a message for the Bronx Clergy Legislative Counsel: Be careful that you don’t let Senator Kirsten Gillibrand use you tomorrow for an early campaign stump.
“When Senator Kirsten Gillibrand meets with Bronx ministers tomorrow to discuss the unacceptable unemployment rate for our Bronx youth, I hope they ask her to explain her silence when Governor Andrew Cuomo rammed his budget through the legislature costing jobs for our youth, cuts in education for our children, and loss of the home care attendants for our seniors.
Senator Reverend Ruben Diaz (D-NY) has released the following statement in response to the Debt Ceiling vote:
"After voting ‘no’ on the Debt Ceiling vote, United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has publicly criticized this legislation as an "unbalanced approach” that “did not include new taxes on the wealthiest Americans and the elimination of loopholes benefiting corporations”.
But I never heard her nor any Democrat from New York City (except for Senator Tom Duane and me) criticize Governor Andrew Cuomo for not including a Millionaires Tax in the Governor Cuomo’s Budget that was clearly balanced on the backs of the poor and needy.