State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) announced that he and his colleagues in the New York State Senate passed legislation to further protect victims of domestic violence. Bill S3087 would provide stronger protections for vulnerable domestic violence victims by allowing them to testify via closed-circuit television in criminal proceedings.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) reported that he and his colleagues in the New York State Senate passed four bills to protect New Yorkers from several types of terrorist and criminal activities. The legislation strengthens the state’s existing laws dealing with cyberterrorism, terrorist recruitment, financial support for terrorist activities, and threats rooted in terrorism that are made against police officers. 

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) reported that he and his colleagues in the New York State Senate passed four bills to protect children and communities from sex offenders. The measures increase penalties for sexual abuse and sexual contact with minors, require group homes to notify municipalities of the sex offender status of potential residents, and restrict child care providers from hiring employees with criminal convictions.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) had the pleasure of meeting with local representatives at the New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms conference that was held on March 16th in Albany. Representatives from First Baptist Church of Johnstown, Baptist Church of Northville, Adirondack Baptist Church of Gloversville, First Baptist Church of Corinth and Perth Bible Church were on hand to discuss legislative issues with Senator Farley.

Pictured are members of First Baptist Church of Johnstown, including Madeline Derwin, meetinh with Senator Farley.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) had the pleasure of meeting with local representatives at the New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms conference that was held on March 16th in Albany. Representatives from First Baptist Church of Johnstown, Baptist Church of Northville, Adirondack Baptist Church of Gloversville, First Baptist Church of Corinth and Perth Bible Church were on hand to discuss legislative issues with Senator Farley.

Pictured are Bob Schlueter of Galway and Senator Farley.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) had the pleasure of meeting with local representatives at the New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms conference that was held on March 16th in Albany. Representatives from First Baptist Church of Johnstown, Baptist Church of Northville, Adirondack Baptist Church of Gloversville, First Baptist Church of Corinth and Perth Bible Church were on hand to discuss legislative issues with Senator Farley.

Pictured are Pastor Neil Shupp of First Baptist Church of Corinth and Senator Farley.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) had the pleasure of meeting with local representatives at the New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms conference that was held on March 16th in Albany. Representatives from First Baptist Church of Johnstown, Baptist Church of Northville, Adirondack Baptist Church of Gloversville, First Baptist Church of Corinth and Perth Bible Church were on hand to discuss legislative issues with Senator Farley.

Pictured are Pastor Nathan Petersen and Shirley Akey, of the Adirondack Baptist Church of Gloversville, with Senator Farley.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) had the pleasure of meeting with local representatives at the New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms conference that was held on March 16th in Albany. Representatives from First Baptist Church of Johnstown, Baptist Church of Northville, Adirondack Baptist Church of Gloversville, First Baptist Church of Corinth and Perth Bible Church were on hand to discuss legislative issues with Senator Farley.

Pictured are representatives from Perth Bible Church, including Pastor Mark Appell, meeting with Senator Farley.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) had the pleasure of meeting with local representatives at the New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms conference that was held on March 16th in Albany. Representatives from First Baptist Church of Johnstown, Baptist Church of Northville, Adirondack Baptist Church of Gloversville, First Baptist Church of Corinth and Perth Bible Church were on hand to discuss legislative issues with Senator Farley.

Pictured are representatives from Baptist Church of Northville, including Rev. George Hopper, meeting with Senator Farley.

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