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Assemblymember Steck Stands against President’s Decision to Rollback Birth Control Coverage

“This decision by the president shows just how far this administration is willing to go to attack the rights and health care of women in this country. It’s morally reprehensible that in 2017, access to what has proven to be the most successful...

October 6, 2017
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Assemblymember Steck’s Bill Helps Donors Choose Charities Wisely

Assemblymember Phil Steck (D-Colonie) announced that his bill requiring fundraisers to inform potential donors of information on charities available from the state attorney general passed the Assembly (A.2688-A). “When New Yorkers are...

June 21, 2017
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Assemblymember Steck’s Bill Expands Access to Affordable Medication and Health Care

Assemblymember Phil Steck (D-Colonie) announced that his bill including not-for-profit pharmacies operated by institutions of higher education in the networks covered by Medicaid passed the Assembly (A.7922-A). The legislation will make pharmacy...

June 21, 2017
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Assemblymember Steck’s Legislation Targeting Unconscionable Contracts Passes Assembly

Assemblymember Phil Steck (D-Colonie) announced that legislation he authored to crack down on unconscionable contracts that put employees and consumers at risk has passed the Assembly (A.2855). The bill bans certain unfair and oppressive practices,...

June 20, 2017
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Assemblymember Steck’s Bill Reforming Petitions for Elected Office Passes Assembly

Assemblymember Phil Steck (D-Colonie) announced the Assembly’s passage of (A7761/S630) that would reform the process for handling petitions for elected office. The bill – which passed unanimously – creates clearer, uniform statewide standards for...

June 16, 2017
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