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Assembly Majority Bypasses Pension Forfeiture
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) released the following statement today following a meeting of the Assembly Governmental Employees Committee where the Assembly Majority tabled legislation (A.4643-A) calling for pension...
Johns Works To Highlight Needs Of Developmentally Disabled
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) recently hosted a public hearing of the Assembly Minority Task Force on Protecting the Rights of People with Developmental Disabilities at the Town of Perinton Town Hall in Fairport. The hearing brought...
Assemblymen Johns, Nojay And Lawrence Join Local Families, Mental Health Experts To Discuss Protecting The Rights Of People With Developmental Disabilities At Task Force Forum
Assemblymen Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster), Bill Nojay (R,C) and Peter Lawrence (R,C,I-Greece) hosted a forum in Fairport focused on supporting the rights of individuals with developmental disabilities. Invitees included people with developmental...
Assembly Majority Kills Bill To Give People Ability To Reform
Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) to allow public initiative (A.3756) was blocked by the Assembly Majority this week in the Assembly Judiciary Committee. Public initiative allows the people of...
Johns: Albany Needs To Stop Heroin In Its Tracks
A recent legislative survey conducted by Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) showed residents of the 135th were equally split on how to tackle the heroin and opioid epidemic in our state. While 53.2 percent of residents support earlier drug...