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Walczyk Opposes Forced Detention of New Yorkers

Assemblyman Mark Walczyk (R,C,I-Watertown) expressed his concern and opposition to legislation (A.416) that would force the detention of New Yorkers alleged of carrying communicable diseases for up to eight business days, or longer pending a court order....

Walczyk Named Top Minority Member on Higher Education Committee

State Assemblyman Mark Walczyk announced Friday that he has been named the Assembly’s Ranking Member on the Higher Education Committee.The Assembly’s Higher Education Committee conducts a thorough review of policy initiatives and...

Walczyk Blasts Assembly Majority for Voting Against Clawing Back Governor’s Unchecked Power

State Assemblyman Mark Walczyk is blasting the Assembly Majority for voting against legislative amendments Walczyk and his colleagues proposed that would have halted the Governor’s unrestricted powers and offered additional protections to small...

Walczyk Applauds DOCCS Decision to Halt Inmate Visitation

State Assemblyman Mark Walczyk is applauding the decision by the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) to slam the brakes on inmate visitation starting 3pm, this Thursday, 12/31.Assemblyman Walczyk recently sent a...

Statement from Assemblyman Mark Walczyk

"I’m going to state an obvious fact: St. Lawrence and Jefferson Counties are home to some of the bravest corrections officers you’ll find anywhere.  The Governor’s decision to close the Watertown Correctional Facility is an incredibly...

Walczyk, Ritchie Bill To Eliminate Need For Second City Of Watertown Courtroom Signed Into Law; Measure to Save City Residents More than $3 Million

State Assemblyman Mark Walczyk and State Senator Patty Ritchie announced Tuesday that legislation they sponsor that would reduce the amount of Judges in the City of Watertown, which eliminates a $3 million price tag for a new courtroom, has...
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