Jensen Reflects on First Legislative Session

“I ran for the state Assembly to make a real difference – and through my work in Albany, I was able to deliver real results to our community through many common-sense bills, while standing up against issues of government irresponsibility,” said Jensen.

“While I fought against government overreach and bills that conflicted with our Monroe County values, I was proud to work collaboratively with members of both political parties. By working together we were able to provide tremendous resources to libraries across our state, deliver meaningful relief to small businesses and deliver more funding for our local schools.”

Assemblyman Jensen (R,C,I-Greece) was proud to have introduced a variety of common-sense bills during this year’s legislative session. These measures included enhancing the voices of New Yorkers (A.4674), keeping our community safe (A.4259) and keeping Albany politicians out of taxpayer’s pockets (A.4666)