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Northeast Energy Direct (NED) pipeline canceled — a win for our environment
This week, a huge win for our regional environment as Kinder Morgan announced it has suspended funding of its Northeast Energy Direct (NED) pipeline, a controversial project that could have yielded unforeseen environmental impacts. According to...
MMA Signed into Law; Highlights From the 109th
Here are a few highlights I’d like to share with you and your family. MMA bill signed. Last week, legislation legalizing mixed martial arts (MMA) was signed into law by Governor Cuomo. As you may recall, I opposed the bill –...
Summary of the 2016-2017 State Budget
After weeks of debate and negotiations, on April 1, the Senate and Assembly approved a state budget plan of $146.7 billion with historic policy agreements, such as minimum wage increases and Paid Family Leave, and record-setting investments in...
Highlights Ahead of the State Budget's Passage
Today is the last scheduled day of the state budget season, and we are on track to pass a sixth straight on-time budget. Given last-minute negotiations throughout this week, the budget required a message of necessity in order to pass the budget...
Assembly Votes on Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) & Governor Signs Kenneth White-inspired Law
This week, the Assembly voted to approve legislation that would legalize and regulate mixed martial arts (MMA).