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Assembly Majority Kills Bill To Give People Ability To Reform
Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) to allow public initiative (A.3756) was blocked by the Assembly Majority this week in the Assembly Judiciary Committee. Public initiative allows the people of...
Johns: Albany Needs To Stop Heroin In Its Tracks
A recent legislative survey conducted by Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) showed residents of the 135th were equally split on how to tackle the heroin and opioid epidemic in our state. While 53.2 percent of residents support earlier drug...
Johns: With Just 15 Days Left To Pass Real Reform, We Cannot Wait
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) reiterated his calls for reform today as one of Albany’s former power brokers, Dean Skelos, was sentenced on corruption charges. Johns pointed to the state Legislature having just 15 scheduled days remaining as...
Johns Takes Hard Look At Bid Rigging In Albany
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) is taking a hard look at bid rigging in Albany, and says Albany must add ending the “pay to play” culture to the list of real reforms that are necessary to end Albany’s notorious culture of corruption. “The...
Johns: Assembly Should Honor Military With Vote On Retirement Buy Back Bill
As part on his on-going efforts to support our nation’s military and veterans, Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) called on the Assembly to bring to a vote legislation (A.4313-A) that would enable members of the military...