In 2011, Senator Libous was named the Deputy Majority Leader for the New York State Senate. His top priorities are: fighting for stronger ethical standards in state government, for fairness for Upstate New York, honesty in government and cutting spending. Senator Libous is also the Executive Director of the NYS Senate Republican Campaign Committee… >>
Senator Fuschillo, Jr. has earned the reputation of a highly effective and well-regarded public servant by demonstrating a strong commitment to the residents of his district, working in a bipartisan fashion to obtain results for his constituents, and authoring some of the most historic state laws in recent memory… >>
Senator Golden was elected to represent Brooklyn’s 22nd Senate District in 2002. Senator Marty Golden has established himself as one of the most influential lawmakers in the City and State of New York. Senator Golden has authored over 75 laws most notably in the areas of public safety, tax cuts, economic development, and senior citizen issues… >>
Senator Nozzolio currently serves as the Chairman of the Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction Committee. He is also a member of both the Senate Finance Committee and the Senate Rules Committee, which have jurisdiction over the State budget and all legislation before the State Senate… >>
Senator Young was elected to the Senate in 2005 and Chairs the Senate Standing Committee on Housing, Construction and Community Development, which works to develop legislation to help revitalize communities; assist families in buying and preserving their homes; and create safe, affordable rental housing. She also Chairs the Legislative Commission on Rural Resources that is dedicated to creating policies that will boost economic revitalization and strengthen rural communities throughout Upstate… >>
April 12,2013 Long Island Business Journal For the third straight year, New York has an on-time budget, … [Read More...]
Times Union March 5,2013 A group of state Senate Republicans joined by David Valesky of the Independent … [Read More...]
For the second consecutive year, the New York State Senate has completed an early passage of the state budget. The 2012-13 state budget achieves the Senate Republicans’ goals of reducing state spending, not raising taxes and creating new private sector jobs.