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Fahy Given “Excellence in Mandated Representation” Award by NYS Bar Association
Assemblymember Patricia Fahy (D-Albany) was awarded the “Excellence in Mandated Representation” Award by the New York State Bar Association on Friday June 9th. Assemblymember Fahy sponsored Indigent Legal Services Reform, sometimes called the...
End of Session Update; Assembly Votes to Close LLC Loophole
The end of legislative session is near, and late night sessions are beginning as the legislature tries to push through its...
Excelsior Scholarship Application Open; Child Marriage Banned in NY
With the end of session getting closer, the days are getting busier and busier in the legislature. Of particular interest to those with college-bound students, this week the Higher Education Services Commission released new information about the...
Oil Trains and Election Reforms
What a week! While the focus of the media may be on the ongoing reports coming from Washington, we’re continuing to work on important issues here in the legislature.
School and Library Votes This Tuesday
Particularly in the current political climate, local civic participation has become more important than ever. Next week, please turn out to vote on school budgets and school board candidates as well as library board candidates on May 16. I am...