In response to today’s ruling by the Supreme Court to overturn established New York State laws concerning firearm licenses, Manhattan Borough President Mark D. Levine issued the following statement:
Advocates for nursing home residents today praised state lawmakers for passing legislation to strengthen New York’s nursing home oversight program.
Today, the New York State Senate passed the Holocaust Education Bill, S.121B, with unanimous support.
NYSNA members throughout New York State were horrified by the racist mass shooting on Saturday when ten people were killed at a Buffalo Tops supermarket, and three were hospitalized with injuries.
In the wake of Saturday’s terrorist attack, Members of the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic, and Asian Legislative Caucus led by Chair Assemblymember Michaelle Solages.
A broad range of business advocates around the state today sent a letter to the New York State Senate urging legislators to pass a bill to reduce obstacles and eliminate outdated requirements for consumers seeking auto insurance coverage.
Today, the New York for All Coalition, allies, and immigrant New Yorkers celebrated the passage of a City Council resolution in support of the New York for All Act.