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Johns: Assembly Should Pass Brittany’s Law To Better Protect New Yorkers
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) today renewed his call for the Assembly Majority to bring legislation that would create a public database of convicted violent felons, known as the Domestic Violence Prevention Act – Brittany’s Law...
Johns: Budget Delivers No Reform, But Could Help Citizens Of Monroe
Like the millions of New Yorkers across this state who are longing for serious reform in Albany, I am disappointed that the three men in a room did not take this opportunity to begin to restore the public trust with any ethics or legislative reform...
Johns Calls For Real Reform In Albany
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) called on the Assembly to bring to a vote real reform legislation in the State Assembly. Johns voted in support of rules reforms proposed by the Majority, but said they did not go far enough and that...
Johns Named To Joint Budget Conference Committee
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) has been named to represent the Assembly Minority Conference as a representative on the Joint Budget Conference Committee on Mental Hygiene. This portion of the State Budget oversees appropriations made to...
Johns Supports Limiting Lawmakers Outside Income, Says Reforms Could Go Further
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) today voted in support of a legislative reform package that passed in the Assembly chamber. Though Johns supported the bill, he said it did not go far enough and pledged to continue working for pension...