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Assemblyman Mark Johns to Discuss “Real Reform” Agenda on “The Capitol Pressroom” with Susan Arbetter
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) will be discussing his Real Reform legislative agenda with Susan Arbetter on “The Capitol Pressroom” radio show on Monday, November 23, 2015. The show streams online at 11 a.m. and rebroadcasts at 11 p.m. on...
Johns Calls For Vote On Pension Forfeiture To End Public Corruption
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) today joined members of the Assembly Minority Conference in offering an amendment to strengthen pension forfeiture legislation (A.7704) that was passed in the Assembly this evening. The...
Johns Calls For Real Reform With Pension Forfeiture
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) today joined Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Canandaigua) and members of the Assembly Minority Conference to call for the Assembly to vote on legislation that would allow for the forfeiture of...
Assembly Minority Members Call For Increased Aid For Local Roads & Bridges
Members of the Assembly Minority Conference, including Assemblymen Mark Johns (R,C,I,WF-Webster), Peter Lawrence (R,C,I-Greece), Robert C. Oaks (R,C-Macedon), and Bill Nojay (R,C), held a press conference on Trolley Boulevard in the Town of Gates,...
Assemblyman Mark Johns Votes To End Human Trafficking
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) today voted in favor of legislation that would help stop human trafficking in New York State, Assembly Bill 506. The bill, originally part of the Women’s Equality Act, had long been...