Welcome to the New York State Assembly's Web Site

A Message from
Speaker Sheldon Silver

Sheldon Silver
Our nation's founders could never have envisioned the scope and breadth of the opportunities the Internet would provide to a participatory democracy. Your representatives in the Assembly "The People's House," are excited to enhance the public's connection to state government by making this site available to you.
Sheldon Silver

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Speaker Sheldon Silver's Policy Papers

The Capitol Tour


Take a virtual tour of the historic
Capitol Building

This Month in History

New York State took a leadership role in the education of its children with the passage of the Compulsory Education Law of 1874.
April 2014 - When the Dutch settled in colonial New York, they brought with them the belief that education had been key to maintaining the liberties they enjoyed back in Holland.