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Budget Process Lacks Transparency and Substance

While the media and the governor’s “spin” shop continue to debate whether or not the governor can claim a “fifth on-time budget” (for the record, it was technically three hours late), the more troublesome story that deserves coverage is the broken...

April 2, 2015
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Corwin: Budget and Budget Process Fall Short

It is disappointing (and, quite frankly, disconcerting) that the state budget’s provisions to reform state government were unveiled to the public and voted on the same day as the budget is due. It speaks loudly to the broken process that continues...

April 1, 2015
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Corwin Welcomes Individual Votes On Women’s Equality Act

Today’s news that Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie has agreed to allow the 10-point Women’s Equality Act to come up for a vote as individual bills in the Assembly is very welcome news, especially for the women and children across the state that will...

March 30, 2015
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Corwin Calls For Votes On Women’s Equality Act Bills

Today, I was proud to vote for legislation that strengthens human trafficking laws in our state, one of the Women’s Equality Act provisions that I have long called for individual votes on. I would particularly like to congratulate Assemblywoman Amy...

March 16, 2015
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Corwin: One-House Budget Threatens Progress In WNY

The Assembly Majority’s one-house budget proposal takes the governor’s anti-business initiatives one step further. Raising the minimum wage to $12.60 by 2018 is a troubling proposal considering the fact that this budget plan does not provide any...

March 11, 2015
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