New York State Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) today is calling for $45 million to be cut from the state’s $420 million film and television production tax credit and diverted to help increase salaries for direct care workers who provide compassionate care to some of New York’s most vulnerable populations, people with developmental disabilities.

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville), Assemblymember Phil Steck (D-Colonie) and several of their legislative colleagues joined with a bi-partisan “who’s who” of local leaders from across the greater Capital Region to make a major announcement about fighting the lurking monster in New York State’s aging water and sewer infrastructure that could wreak havoc on millions of people if it’s not stopped.

Senator Jim Tedisco spoke on February 15th Spoke to Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in Clifton Park at the Elks Lodge about being a representative, our state government and how he got involved in public service. Thanks to Boy Scout Troop 246 for hosting with members of two junior and cadette-level Girl Scout troops. 

Senator Jim Tedisco spoke on February 15th Spoke to Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in Clifton Park at the Elks Lodge about being a representative, our state government and how he got involved in public service. Thanks to Boy Scout Troop 246 for hosting with members of two junior and cadette-level Girl Scout troops. 

Senator Jim Tedisco spoke on February 15th Spoke to Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in Clifton Park at the Elks Lodge about being a representative, our state government and how he got involved in public service. Thanks to Boy Scout Troop 246 for hosting with members of two junior and cadette-level Girl Scout troops. 

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I, REF-Glenville) today honored the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class B State Champion Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Boys High School Cross Country Team and presented the team with a copy of a resolution he sponsored that unanimously passed the New York State Senate. 

(Nueva York, NY).  Hoy, en respuesta a las redadas realizadas por Inmigración y Aduanas de los EE.UU. (ICE); Los Senadores Estatales José M. Serrano (D-Manhattan/Bronx) y Brad Hoylman (D, WF-Manhattan) anunciaron que han introducido dos leyes que protegerían a refugiados, inmigrantes y estudiantes extranjeros de los actuales ataques discrminatorios de la Administración Trump contra miembros de la comunidad inmigrante.

(New York, NY) -- Today, in response to nationwide raids carried out by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), State Senators José M. Serrano (D-Manhattan/Bronx) and Brad Hoylman (D, WF-Manhattan) announced they have introduced two pieces of legislation that would protect refugees, immigrants, and foreign students from the Trump Administration’s ongoing discriminatory attacks against members of the immigrant community.

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