I am extremely grateful and incredibly humbled that the residents of the 77th district have chosen me to represent them in the New York State Assembly. My staff and I are here to help serve the needs of the communities of Claremont, Concourse, Highbridge, Mount Eden and Morris Heights sections of The Bronx. I am working diligently to preserve affordable housing, protecting those that are most vulnerable in our community, ensuring access to quality education and addressing quality of life concerns.
If you live in these communities and require assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me.
This website serves as a report to you, offering information about my recent news and events, legislation, and the Committees I serve on in Albany. Thanks for visiting!
Member of Assembly
77th Assembly District, Bronx County
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Assemblywoman Latoya Joyner’s Statement Regarding Passage of the Assembly’s Paid Family Leave Act
“No one should have to choose between their paycheck and caring for a family member in need. Passage of the Paid Family Leave Act (A.3870) solidifies the Assembly’s crucial stance in supporting New York working families – the...
City Limits: Homelessness Crisis Isn’t Just in the Shelters. It’s in our Schools. (Opinion article by Assemblywoman Latoya Joyner)
Statement of Assemblywoman Latoya Joyner Regarding Governor Cuomo’s Proposal to Transform MTA Subway Stations
“Bringing these 21st Century changes to 30 New York City MTA subway stations, including the 167th Street and 174-175th Street B, D train stations in my district in the Bronx, will help to modernize and significantly ease transportation woes for...
Assemblywoman Latoya Joyner Calls for Immediate Action to Address Chronic Absenteeism of Homeless School Children
Faced with a crisis level of chronic absenteeism of Bronx school children living in homeless shelters, Assemblywoman Latoya Joyner (D-Bronx, 77th AD) is urging local and state leaders to take “immediate action” to enhance efforts to meet the needs...
Assemblywoman Latoya Joyner Supports $15 Minimum Wage for All New Yorkers
“The current minimum wage handcuffs so many families that work full-time from escaping the grips of poverty. An increase to a $15 per hour minimum wage– a more sustainable and livable income – will put more money in the pockets of New Yorkers and...