New York State Assembly
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  • for Speaker Silver's full welcome message Quick Bill Search Instructions: Type in A (for Assembly) or S (for Senate) followed by a bill number to see bill information (e.g

    New York State Laws
    From the New York State Assembly.

    Hillary Rodham Clinton, Senator from New York
    Official US Senate web site of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (D - NY).

  • Senator Clinton in remarks on the Senate floor called on Senators on both sides of the aisle and President Bush to support research that could lead to unparalleled advancements in research on Alzheimer's disease, spinal cord injuries, diabetes, and other conditions

  • Senate to call on the Republican leadership for a new direction and to discuss their " Checklist for Change, " a list of nine issues Congress can immediately address to better the lives of the American people

  • Senate on the need to pass critical legislation they introduced to help prevent recurring shortages of flu vaccine and strengthen our vaccine delivery infrastructure in the event of a pandemic flu outbreak

  • Senator Clinton introduced an amendment to the immigration bill being considered on the floor of the Senate that would help state and local governments who are bearing costs that should be borne by the federal government

    Senator Chuck Schumer's Website
    Site includes top issues and top stories like "Schumer unveils buyers' guide to
    real cell phone prices in New York." Information on Senate Floor, ...


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    US Senate
    Official site of "the living symbol of our union of states." Connect with Senators,
    and learn about Senate committees, legislation, records, art, history, ...

  • August 12, 1790 With the adjournment of the second session of the First Congress, the Senate met for the last time in New York City

  • Previous Meeting Thursday, August 3, 2006 The Senate convened at 9:30 a.m

  • (latest issue) (latest issue) (latest issue - PDF) > The Senate Chamber desks are symbols of the Senate's past and present

  • During the War of 1812, the British burned the United States Capitol, destroying the Senate Chamber and its contents

  • In 1819, in an effort to replace what was lost, the Senate ordered the construction of 48 desks

  • Those 48 desks are still used by United States senators in today's Senate Chamber

  • This new interactive exhibit details the desks' evolution and history presenting an intimate view of the Senate

    New York: State and Local Government on the Net
    Provides detailed listings for all the departments of the NY government.

    Politics1: Directory of New York State and Congressional Candidates
    Links to New York candidates, elections, political parties, and daily state news

  • ] - Ex-State Assembly Minority Leader, Attorney & '02 State Comptroller Nominee - Attorney General - Nassau County Executive, Ex-Glen Cove Mayor, Attorney & Accountant - Author, Screenwriter, Actor & Progressive Activist - Composer, Musician & Singer - Ex-State Party Chair, Social Worker, Navy Veteran & '00 US Senate Nominee Jennifer Liese (RTL) - Minister Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2006

  • ] - Rockland County Executive, Attorney & Ex-Gubernatorial Aide - State Senate Minority Leader - Pre-Med Student, Audiovisual Technician & Green Activist Nancy Beattie (Integrity) - '05 Suffolk County Treasurer Candidate - College Professor, '04 US Senate Nominee & '98 Lt

    The New York Republican State Committee
    Voter registration and involvement information, party news and events, directory
    of county committees and affiliated NYGOP organizations, and campaign links.

  • Denny Farrell and Eliot Spitzer may be the only two people in New York who think that tax cuts are a bad thing, ' said Chairman Minarik Senator Bruno and the Senate Republican Majority: Protecting New York Taxpayers As the State Legislature returns to Albany for its 2006 session, Senate Republicans are once again demonstrating their strong commitment to New York State taxpayers

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    LII: State Legal Materials - New York
    Links to primary legal resources, from Cornell Law School's Legal Information

  • New York Legal Materials¬† Constitution and Legislation: | (Searchable) Statutes: Consolidated Laws Statutes: Unconsolidated Pending Bills and Other Legislative Information : Senate | Assembly Directory Information - The Legislature : | Assembly Judicial Opinions: Court of Appeals: (1992 - present) | (most recent 12 months) | Law Reporting Bureau (very recent decisions) (very recent decisions) | Alternate Sites: (Feb

    The Business Council of New York State, Inc.
    Advocacy group for state businesses. Includes legislative news, membership
    directory, and Government Affairs Council updates.

    New York State Office of Mental Health
    Operates psychiatric centers. Site includes event, program, and publication

    New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc.
    Membership information, history, news, speakers bureau, legislative news, and
    meeting dates.


    New York State Senate >> Constitution
    As Amended and in Force January 1, 2002, but with November 2003 results included
    courtesy of the New York State Senate.

  • Senate districts

  • Removal of certain judges and justices, by legislature; by senate on recommendation of governor

    Conservative Party of New York State
    Seeks to elect candidates who support traditionally conservative and family values.

    Hunger Action Network of New York State
    Statewide anti-hunger coalition that combines grassroots organizing with state-level
    research. Online legislative actions, articles, statistics, ...

  • Acrobat Reader is FREE! Click to download! Hunger Alert – June 2006 In this Issue: Call the State Senate Today – Pass the Commission on Health Care Coverage bill (A6575A) Fax in your Memo of Support for the Prescription Drug Bulk Purchasing bill Call Governor Pataki Today to Urge that he Agree to the Legislature’s Bi-partisan Conference Committee Agreement SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM, Food That’s In When School Is Out! Make a contribution to Hunger Action Network while shopping > website by:

    Environmental Advocates of New York - Home Page
    Watchdog group on environmental issues affecting New York. Safeguarding public
    health and preserving natural heritage through advocacy, coalition building, ...

    LEAH, Inc.
    LEAH is a statewide Christian organization, the members of which are likeminded
    Christian home education support groups made up of families dedicated to ...

  • Call your State Senator and Assemblyperson and urge them to support S1939 (Senate) and A8203 (Assembly)

    NYLCV - New York League of Conservation Voters | Educating and ...
    Helping voters make informed decisions about candidate and government officials'
    environmental record.

  • Over 130 candidates running for US Senate, Governor, Attorney General, Comptroller, Congress, State Senate and State Assembly are seeking our endorsement this year

    New York State Senator | 30th Senate District | David A. Paterson
    30th District.

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  • Paterson | Monday, September 25, 2006 Senate Update Senator David A

  • Paterson Reports On: Photo Caption Available Wednesday, August 16, 2006 Paterson Calls on Governor to Strengthen FOIL Senate Democratic Leader David A

  • Thursday, June 22, 2006 Paterson: Pataki Appointments Violate State Law Senate Democratic Leader David A

  • Wednesday, June 21, 2006 Paterson: New Yorkers Once Again Denied Real Reform Senate Democratic Leader David A

  • Paterson (D-Manhattan) today lamented the Senate's 'missed opportunities to make a real, positive change in New Yorker's lives.' Paterson said while there were a few legislative highlights, 'this session will be remembered more for what the Legislature failed to do

  • Monday, June 12, 2006 Senate Minorty Offers Comprehensive Affordable Housing Plan With New York facing a critical shortage of affordable housing, members of the State Senate's Minority Conference today unveiled proposals that would address the State's urban, suburban and rural housing needs

  • Wednesday, June 7, 2006 Senate Minority Plans Would Extend Health Care to State's Uninsured Children Proposals would also Lower Drug Costs for the Uninsured The Senate Minority today outlined proposals that would provide affordable health insurance to New York's 500, 000 uninsured children and lower the costs of prescription drugs for those without health coverage

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    Local Government Services. Site includes calendar of meetings and events, ...

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