Welcome Letter

Welcome to my New York State Assembly Web page.

You can use this page to easily access information about the work I do both in Albany and at home to pass laws designed to build a stronger, healthier and more vibrant New York.

You can contact me with issues of concern, legislation you support or oppose, or ideas to help make our community stronger, healthier and safer.

In addition, you can use the entire Assembly Web site as a great way to stay apprised of new legislation that impacts our state as well as the Assembly District. I encourage you to visit this site often to keep yourself up to date on various issues, news and legislative hearings. Thank You for visiting.

Videos

4/1/16: This week in Albany Assemblyman Mark Johns discusses the 2016 NYS Budget
 




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Assemblyman Mark Johns discusses the need for stronger campaign finance laws during debate in the Assembly Chamber on 5/12/15.
 

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Johns Calls For Vote on Term Limits in Assembly

“As the sponsor of term limit legislation in the Assembly, I am pleased the state Senate has taken action on this plank of my real reform platform. New Yorkers deserve leadership in Albany that is free from corruption and special interests, and I...

April 25, 2017
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Need for Reform Remains: Johns on 2017-18 State Budget

This year I experienced a late state budget for the first time, a chaotic process that reinforces the need to reform our state government. New Yorkers deserve real reform, including opening the process by which policy and budgets are negotiated and...

April 8, 2017
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Johns Offers Cure For “April Fools” Budgets

Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) today offered his two-year budget cycle legislation (A.4190) as a cure for this year’s dysfunctional state budget process that failed to meet the April 1 deadline. “Instead of the...

April 3, 2017
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Johns Works to Increase Transit Funding For Monroe County

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Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) joined a bipartisan coalition of state lawmakers and transportation officials, including Monroe County Regional Transit Service Chief Executive Officer Bill Carpenter, at a press conference calling for...

March 22, 2017
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