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New York’s First ‘Autism Action Plan’ Becomes Reality

The critical piece of Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara’s Autism Action Plan has now been signed into law (Chap. 469 of 2016). The measure creates the state’s first Autism Spectrum Disorder Advisory Board to develop, implement and update a statewide...

November 29, 2016
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Assemblyman Santabarbara Makes Local Premiere of Inspirational Autism Story a Reality

Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara joined Proctors CEO Philip Morris and Janine Kruiswijk, Executive Director of The Autism Society of the Greater Capital Region, under the State Street marquee Tuesday to announce the details of the local premiere of...

August 9, 2016
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Assemblyman Santabarbara Calling on Governor to Sign Bill to Strengthen Boating While Intoxicated Laws

Following a recent tour of the Mohawk Harbor and a ride-along with the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Marine Patrol Unit, Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara is now calling on the Governor to sign a bill that will be on his desk soon. With the recent...

August 5, 2016
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Assemblyman Santabarbara, Military Order of the Purple Heart, AmVets Post 35, Princetown Officials Come Together to Bring First 'Purple Heart' Reserved Parking to Town of Princetown

Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara joined Princetown officials, representatives from the Military Order of the Purple Heart, AmVets Post 35 and local Purple Heart veterans Friday, July 29, to dedicate a Purple Heart parking space at Princetown Town...

July 29, 2016
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Assemblyman Santabarbara Announces $129,000 Investment in Public Safety Improvements with Schenectady Firefighters


Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara announced a significant investment for Station 3 in the city’s Mont Pleasant neighborhood with the Schenectady Fire Department and city officials on Tuesday afternoon. Alongside Fire Chief Ray Senecal and Mayor...

July 26, 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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