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Squadron & Kavanagh Call on NY to Ban Antibiotics in Farm Animals
New York – In response to new federal regulations announced this week by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for regulating antibiotics in livestock, State Senator Daniel Squadron and Assemblymember Brian Kavanagh are urging...
NY Post Reports on Kavanagh Bill to Prevent ‘Mansion Tax’ from Applying to More Modest Homes
Legislative Gazette Reports on Passage of Kavanagh Teen Pre-Registration Bill
The Assembly passage of Assemblymember Kavanagh and Senator David Carlucci’s legislation to allow 16- and 17- year olds to pre-register to vote was reported in the Legislative Gazette on March 17, 2014. The legislation...
Daily News Features Kavanagh Bill to Give NYC Home Rule on Dog Licensing
The New York Daily News reported on a bill sponsored by Assemblymember Brian Kavanagh that would give the City of New York the authority to govern its own dog licensing policies. Kavanagh argues that changing the law would give New York City the...
Assembly Passes Kavanagh Bill Allowing Teens to Pre-Register to Vote
New York – Legislators and voter advocates hailed the Assembly today for passing legislation allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to pre-register to vote. The bill, sponsored by Assemblymember Brian Kavanagh and Senator David Carlucci, would allow...