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Crouch Urges Ethics Reform and Start-Up Requirements before End of Session
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) today urged the Assembly Majority to bring two measures to the floor that would require more transparency and accountability in regard to economic development programs and would restore START-UP NY...
Crouch Urges Vote On Bill Requiring Reporting Of Child Abuse in Private Schools
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) today urged a floor vote on a bill that passed through the Education Committee this week with unanimous support from both sides of the aisle. Assembly Bill 5371 would require...
Crouch: Greater Transparency and Oversight for Taxpayer-Funded Projects
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) today joined Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C,I,Ref.-Canandaigua) and their Assembly Minority Colleagues at a press conference in Albany calling for
Crouch Shows Support for 911 Bill, Calls for Vote
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) today joined Michael Carey and the Autism Action Network to show support for Assembly Bill 6830, also known as the 911 bill. The 911 bill was written to protect the rights of the...
Crouch Weighs In On the Closing of the Sidney Veterans Affairs Office
I am extremely disheartened to see the closure of the Veterans’ Affairs Office in Sidney after their many years of dedicated service to the veterans in our area. It is unfortunate to see its doors close and its necessary services leave with it....