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Santabarbara, Rotterdam Police Launch Life-Saving ‘Take Me Home’ Program for Autism Families, Seniors


Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara joined the Rotterdam Police Department Friday to launch a life-saving “Take Me Home” program immediately available to local families of those affected by autism, or other disabilities that may impair communication...

July 14, 2016
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Santabarbara: Bills to Stop ‘Zombie Property Apocalypse’ Signed Into Law

A series of bills Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara supported to help local communities address the persisting problem of vacant and abandoned properties, or “zombie properties,” were signed into law today. The new laws ensure that properties...

June 23, 2016
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Santabarbara: “No Pensions for Corrupt Politicians”

Noting that his work to fight corruption in Albany is just getting started, Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara announced that a resolution he is a sponsor of, calling to amend the New York State Constitution to strip pensions of public officials...

June 18, 2016
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First-of-its-Kind New York State Autism I.D. Bill Passes Assembly

Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara announced Saturday the passage of his legislation creating the state’s first Autism Spectrum Disorder Identification Cards. The legislation, which passed the Assembly with unanimous support, would provide New...

June 18, 2016
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Santabarbara Passes Package of Bills to Combat Heroin Crisis by Strengthening Prevention, Education, Treatment

Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara on Friday voted to pass a series of bills that tackle the heroin crisis affecting communities across Upstate New York by strengthening prevention measures, improving education, and providing better access to...

June 17, 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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