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Ossining, NY 10562
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Albany, NY 12248
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January 2013 Constituent Questionnaire
January 14, 2013
I encourage you to reply to this survey so I can have a sense where you stand on various important issues.
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Many states in the U.S. have early voting opportunities to encourage greater voter participation. How would you feel about New York State allowing voters to cast a ballot up to a week or two before election day, which would include a Saturday and a Sunday?
Other (please explain)
Other states allow voters not registered with specific parties to participate in primary elections. Do you think New York should allow this?
Should we adopt a program which would impose a 5 cent fee for single use carry out bags at supermarkets and stores, revenue from which we would use to fund state parks and historic sites?
Many medical personnel, such as doctors and nurses, are afraid to apologize for an error or bad outcome regarding a patient because it can be used in lawsuits as an admission of guilt. Would you support a law that excludes such apologies as admissions of liability in medical malpractice lawsuits?
Should we extend the statute of limitations from five to ten years for victims of child sexual abuse to file claims against their abusers?
Some states maintain an automobile driver next-of-kin registry so that next of kin are contacted if the driver is injured or killed in an automobile accident. Would you support legislation that would allow those obtaining a driverís license to provide the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles with emergency contact information in case he or she is injured in an automobile accident?
In light of the tragedy in Newtown, CT, do you believe the state needs to put in place additional measures regulating guns and ammunition?
If Yes, what are they?
After Superstorm Sandy, what suggestions do you have for the local utility companies based on their response to the storm?