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Assemblymember Wallace and Supervisor Benczkowski Announce Opening of New ADA Compliant Swings in Stiglmeier Park

Today, Assemblymember Monica Wallace (D-Lancaster) was joined by Town of Cheektowaga Supervisor Diane Benczkowski to announce the opening of two new wheelchair accessible swings and an accessible merry-go-round in Stiglmeier Park. The new amenities, located...

Assemblymember Monica Wallace and State Senator Tim Kennedy Announce Passage of Legislation to Help Municipalities Hold Mortgage Servicers Accountable for Maintenance of Residential Properties in Foreclosure

Assemblymember Monica Wallace (D-Lancaster) and state Senator Tim Kennedy (D-Buffalo) announced Wednesday that their legislation (A.6976 and S.4190) to help municipalities hold mortgage servicers accountable for maintenance of residential properties in...

Assemblymember Wallace Applauds Restoration of Trusted Traveler Programs

“I’m glad that the Department of Homeland Security has reversed its decision and allowed New Yorkers to once more access trusted traveler programs, like Nexus. Shortly after the ban was enacted, I introduced legislation (A.10110) that would...

Assemblymember Wallace & State Senator Kavanagh Announce Passage of Bill Requiring Moratorium on Facial Recognition Technology in Schools

Albany, NY – Assemblymember Monica Wallace (D-Lancaster) and state Senator Brian Kavanagh (D-Manhattan and Brooklyn) announced today that their legislation (A.6787D/S5140B) to pause facial recognition technology in schools passed the Legislature....

Assemblymember Wallace’s Bill to Make Clergy Mandatory Reporters Passes Assembly

Assemblymember Monica Wallace (D-Lancaster) announced Tuesday that legislation she introduced, the Child Abuse Reporting Expansion (“CARE”) Act (A.6662), passed the Assembly this week. The CARE Act would add clergy members to the list of mandatory...

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