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Assembly Member O’Donnell’s Bill to Protect NYC Public Schools Passes for the Second Year in a Row

Today, for the second year in a row, the NYS Assembly passed Assembly Member O’Donnell’s bill A6058a. This bill would help to protect New York City school properties and prevent rampant development without input by the...

March 18, 2014
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Assembly Member O’Donnell Concludes His Annual Children’s Book Drive, Collecting Close to 2,400 Books

On Friday, Assembly Member O’Donnell handed over roughly 40 boxes filled with nearly 2,400 books to Project Cicero to conclude his 2014 Children’s Book Drive. This number shatters last year’s record of over 2,000 books. They will be distributed to...

March 7, 2014
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O’Donnell Hosts LGBT Activist Delegation from Latin America, Strategizes on How to Face Common Challenges

This morning, New York State Assembly Member Daniel J. O’Donnell was honored to host a delegation of LGBT activists from Latin American through the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program. Over breakfast, the group held a...

February 3, 2014
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Responding to Heartbreaking Recent Spate of Traffic Fatalities, O’Donnell Introduces Bill to Make NYC’s Speed Limit 20 MPH

Today, Assembly Member O’Donnell introduced A8478, a bill to reduce the official speed limit in New York City to 20 miles per hour except where the City Council determines otherwise. He explained: Last week, two tragedies in my district...

January 16, 2014
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Correction Committee Chair O’Donnell Thanks Governor Cuomo for Signing His Bill into Law, Looks Forward to Working Together to Reduce Mass Incarceration

On Friday Governor Cuomo signed Assembly Member O’Donnell’s bill, A4582, into law, just days after he spoke of the importance of reducing mass incarceration during his State of the State speech. His bill, which will grant judicial discretion with...

January 15, 2014
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