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Assembly Budget Makes New York's Direct Care Workers a Priority, Boosts Funding for Local Schools and Supports Smart Investments in Aging Infrastructure

Assembly Budget Proposes $45 Million to Support New York’s Direct Care Workers This year the Assembly budget proposal included $45 million to support the first year of a six-year plan to create a living wage for direct care...

March 15, 2017
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Assemblymembers Angelo Santabarbara and Phil Steck Call for Fully Funding Regional Schools

Schenectady – As Schenectady prepares to be one of the seven locations for Saturday’s People’s March for Education Justice, Assemblymembers Angelo Santabarbara and Phil Steck issued a joint statement calling for the Foundation Aid...

March 3, 2017
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Amsterdam and Schenectady Mayors Join Assemblyman Santabarbara: State Budget Must Include an “Emergency Water Infrastructure Repair Fund”

At a press conference in Schenectady City Hall this morning, Schenectady Mayor McCarthy and Amsterdam Mayor Villa joined Civil Engineer and Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara to support a new bill he has authored to establish funding specifically for...

February 27, 2017
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Assemblyman Santabarbara’s Student Cabinet Meets Ahead of the 2017 Legislative Session

Students from across the 111th Assembly District met at the SCCC Center City Campus in Schenectady for Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara’s Student Cabinet ahead of the upcoming session. Assemblyman Santabarbara said, “With the academic school year...

December 14, 2016
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'Tis the Season: Upstate NY is Ready for Ride-Sharing

Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara has launched an on-line petition ahead of the upcoming legislative session in an effort to boost support for ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft in Upstate NY. The petition is available online at...

December 14, 2016
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March 22, 2016
"Like any other sport that people are involved with, whether it be football or boxing or any sport, people have a passion for this. They are doing it, they're training here in New York State but they have to travel out of state to compete professionally. They never got to play the home game. This will give them a chance to play the home game. They've always had to play the away game. They had to bring family and friends and neighbors along with them just to get some support in neighboring states like Pennsylvania, New Jersey, all the states around us," said Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara, speaking in support of legislation that would legalize mixed martial arts in New York State. A2604


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