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Brindisi Praised For 2016 Environmental Record By Epl/Environmental Advocates Of New York

UTICA — Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica has received an 89 in EPL/Environmental Advocates 2016 scorecard of New York State elected officials on environmental issues—the highest score of legislators representing the Mohawk...

August 30, 2016
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Brindisi: State’s Significant Expansion of the Medical Marijuana Program Will Benefit Mohawk Valley Patients

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica today praised the Cuomo Administration for changes to the state’s Medical Marijuana program designed to make it easier for patients to qualify. Brindisi issued the following statement on the program’s...

August 30, 2016
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Assemblyman Brindisi Calls for an Investigation into Steep Price Hikes for the EpiPens Used by Thousands of New Yorkers to Counteract Severe Allergic Reactions

Utica – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica says following complaints by constituents, he is asking State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker to investigate a steep increase in the price...

August 26, 2016
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As Students Head Back to School Assemblyman Brindisi, Rome School Superintendent Peter Blake and Other School Officials Unveil Major Security Enhancements to Improve the Safety of Students in the Rome City School District

Rome – Standing outside Rome Free Academy, Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi announced today he has awarded $150,000 in state funding to the Rome City School District to implement a number of measures to improve security in its schools. Brindisi says the...

August 25, 2016
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Brindisi Announces Completion of Town of Floyd Park Improvement Project Through a $15,000 Legislative Grant He Awarded

Floyd – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi joined officials from the Town of Floyd today to unveil a renovated baseball field and a new concession stand for the Town Park on Camroden Road from a $15,000 legislative grant he recently...

August 23, 2016
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