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Community Conversation on NYS Budget at Guilderland Public Library
Friend – Want to learn more about the recently finalized state budget? The NYS budget is a complicated piece of...
2017 NYS Budget Letter
The last few weeks of budget negotiations were tumultuous but ultimately highly productive and I am pleased – and relieved – to note a final budget deal was reached this past weekend. The Assembly passed the final budget bills on Saturday and the...
2017 Adopted Budget Overview
Friend, The last few weeks of budget negotiations were tumultuous but ultimately highly productive and I am pleased – and relieved – to note a final budget deal was reached this past weekend. The Assembly passed the final budget bills on...
Justice Equality Act in the Budget
This is a previously submitted op-ed explaining the importance of including language that corrects problems with New York’s indigent defense system in the state budget. In New York State, the costs of indigent legal services, or legal...
Budget Update: Advocacy for Transit Funding Key in Negotiations
Budget negotiations are well underway, and it’s been an eventful week advocating for the critical funding items in the budget important to the Capital District including a number noted below. . On Wednesday,