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Since its creation in 1777, the state Assembly has helped shape history, often leading the way with progressive action and reform. On February 3, 2015 the New York State Assembly continued making history by electing New York's first African American Assembly Speaker. I am deeply proud of this honor.

The Assembly is known as the "People's House" in New York. Here, we work every day to help improve the lives of all New York's...

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Notice of Public Hearing - The state of primary prevention services in New York State

Speaker Heastie Announces Nominee to Commission on Ethics and Lobbying

Speaker Carl Heastie today announced that he intends to nominate attorney Dolly Caraballo to the Commission on Ethics and Lobbying in Government. Caraballo is a managing member of the law firm Caraballo & Mandell, LLC. She is a civil litigator who has...

Speaker Carl Heastie Announces Senior Staff Appointments

Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie today announced senior staff appointments. "I am pleased to announce the appointment of new staff members to my leadership team," said Heastie. "As we head into a new session, it is critical that we continue to provide high...

Notice of Public Hearing - Public Assistance Benefits in New York State

Notice of Public Hearing - Complete Streets

Grants Action News - September 2022

Speaker Heastie Continues Annual Statewide Tour with Assemblymember Gunther to Announce $1.7 Million in Assembly Investments in Sullivan and Orange Counties

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Speaker Carl Heastie today continued his annual statewide tour in Sullivan and Orange Counties, joining Assemblymember Aileen Gunther to announce $1 million for public safety in Middletown and Wallkill, and $700,000 for Sullivan County Community College’s...

Notice of Public Hearing - Office for People with Developmental Disabilities' Statewide Comprehensive 5.07 Plan

Speaker Heastie Announces Establishment of Great Lakes Watershed Task Force

Speaker Carl Heastie today announced the creation of a Great Lakes Watershed Task Force to be chaired by Assemblyman Patrick Burke. The task force will examine economic development and environmental issues unique to communities in the Great Lakes watershed....

Speaker Heastie Joins Assemblymember Barrett on Statewide Tour to Announce $1 Million Investment for Construction Technology Center at CGCC

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Speaker Carl Heastie continued his annual statewide tour today, joining Assemblymember Didi Barrett at Columbia-Greene Community College (CGCC) to announce a $1 million investment to expand their Construction Technology Center. “The Assembly Majority...
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Events in October 2022
  • October 3 - Public Hearing
    starts at 10:00am
    Roosevelt Hearing Room C, Legislative Office Building, 2nd Floor, Albany, New York
    Complete Streets
  • October 14 - Public Hearing
    starts at 10:00am
    Senate Hearing Room, 250 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, New York
    To hear from government agency officials, experts, and stakeholders on JFK Airport redevelopment plans, JFK project contracting and subcontracting, and Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) involvement in these projects
  • October 18 - Public Hearing
    starts at 10:00am
    Roosevelt Hearing Room C, Legislative Office Building, 2nd Floor, Albany, New York
    The state of primary prevention services in New York State
  • October 26 - Public Hearing
    starts at 11:00am
    Assembly Hearing Room, 250 Broadway, Room 1923, 19th Floor, New York, New York
    Public Assistance Benefits in New York State
  • October 27 - Public Hearing
    starts at 10:00am
    Senate Hearing Room, 250 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, New York
    To examine the practice of deed theft in New York State