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Assemblymember Wallace Applauds Restoration of Trusted Traveler Programs

“I’m glad that the Department of Homeland Security has reversed its decision and allowed New Yorkers to once more access trusted traveler programs, like Nexus. Shortly after the ban was enacted, I introduced legislation (A.10110) that would...

Assemblymember Wallace & State Senator Kavanagh Announce Passage of Bill Requiring Moratorium on Facial Recognition Technology in Schools

Albany, NY – Assemblymember Monica Wallace (D-Lancaster) and state Senator Brian Kavanagh (D-Manhattan and Brooklyn) announced today that their legislation (A.6787D/S5140B) to pause facial recognition technology in schools passed the Legislature....

Assemblymember Wallace Pleased That Indoor Malls May Reopen Beginning Friday, July 10

“Shopping malls are economic drivers for the communities in which they sit, and that is certainly true for the Walden Galleria, which houses over 4,000 employees and contributes over $45 million in federal, state, local, and school taxes. That’s...

Another Voice: Standardized Tests Promote Inequities in Education

Buffalo NewsBy Monica P. WallaceOver the last few weeks, our nation has undergone a reckoning over the inequalities experienced by millions of people of color. Activists are right to point out that these inequities begin early in life and compound over...

Summer Reading Challenge 2020

Take part in Assemblymember Wallace’s 2020 Summer Reading Challenge!Print out special colorable bookmarks!To receive an Excellence in Reading Certificate, complete this application.

Statement by State Senator Brian Kavanagh and Assemblymember Monica Wallace on Lawsuit Regarding Facial Recognition Technology in Schools

New York State Senator Brian Kavanagh and Assemblymember Monica Wallace released the following joint statement:“The lawsuit recently filed by the New York Civil Liberties Union against the New York State Education Department for permitting the use...

Assemblymember Wallace, Supervisor Benczkowski, Local Business Leaders Call for Reopening Indoor Shopping Malls in Phase 3

Today, Assemblymember Monica P. Wallace (D-Lancaster), Cheektowaga Town Supervisor Diane Benczkowski and local business leaders joined together to urge New York State to reopen indoor shopping malls in Phase 3 of the state’s reopening and to issue...

Assemblymember Wallace Calls on SUNY, Private Colleges to Suspend SAT Requirement until 2022

Today, Assemblymember Monica P. Wallace (D-Lancaster) called on the State University of New York system and the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities to suspend the standardized test requirement for all freshman applicants until at least...

Assemblymember Wallace Letter Regarding Making SATs Optional for All of Next Year

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