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Assemblymember Bronson Passes Measure to Strip Pensions from Corrupt Politicians

“Enough is enough. It’s time to send a strong message that if those who serve in government break the law, they can’t collect a taxpayer-funded pension. “I helped pass legislation to strip the pensions of corrupt public officials convicted of a...

June 16, 2016
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Assemblymember Bronson: Announces Passage Legislation to Better Pinpoint Labor and Salary Needs

“I am pleased to announce the passage of A.9933A, legislation that will require the State Department of Labor to partner with an academic institution with proven experience in analyzing labor market data to establish a...

June 16, 2016
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Assemblymember Bronson’s Legislation Requiring Coverage for Mental Health Services Passes Assembly

Assemblymember Harry B. Bronson (D-Rochester/Chili/Henrietta) announced that a bill he authored to expand coverage of mental health services passed the Assembly. The legislation mandates that blanket health insurance policies provide coverage for...

June 16, 2016
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Assemblymember Bronson: Local Development Corporations Were Bad for Monroe County

“The New York State Assembly and Senate have passed legislation authorizing Monroe County government to move forward with disbanding three local development corporations that had been established to manage local public projects. This legislation...

June 16, 2016
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Assembly Majority Leader Joseph D. Morelle & Assemblymember Harry B. Bronson Announce Funding for the Modernization of the Blue Cross Area

Albany, NY – Today, Assemblymembers Joseph D. Morelle and Harry B. Bronson made the following statement regarding funding secured for the modernization of the Blue Cross Arena (BCA) at the War Memorial: “We are pleased to announce that, as part of...

June 16, 2016
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June 16, 2016
 "These local development corporations were a mechanism by which the county shifted the responsibility of certain aspects of county operations," said Assemblyman Bronson, discussing legislation to  Authorizes Monroe County to finance certain service contract obligations  without the use of local development corporations. "The time the last one was shifted over regarding law enforcement and emergency responders…it lacked transparency, it lacked accountability, it lacked a mechanism in order for subcontracts to be bided out and delivered to subcontractors. We now know that all of those problems existed."   A10514
 




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Assemblymember Bronson discusses how Building a Better Rochester's investment in infrastructure will result in job creation.

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