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03 Feb
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Liz’s Free Events List: February 2012

Sen. Liz Krueger’s free events list for February is available here!

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03 Feb
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Liz Calls on GOP to Stop Blocking Law on ‘Ghost’ Campaign Funds

Liz released the following statement today, calling on the State Senate’s Republican majority to allow a floor vote on S. 420, a commonsense anti-corruption measure that would fix a gap in New York’s campaign finance law. The bill would enact ...

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12 Jan
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Liz’s Community Bulletin: January 2012

The January Community Bulletin is available! Click “continue reading” to read this month’s update.

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11 Jan
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NY1: Hydrofracking Opponents Call for a Ban

By Erin Billups NY1 News As a public comment period comes to an end, opponents are calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to enact a long-term ban on hydrofracking. “Make the only decision that the science and the facts lead you ...

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11 Jan
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YNN: Public Comment Period on Hydrofracking Ends

By Nick Reisman YNN Capital Tonight The public comment period for proposed regulations for high-volume hydrofracking is now closed. Now a battle over whether the controversial natural gas extraction process should be allowed will intensify. “We know that we are ...

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11 Jan
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Politicker: Senate Democrats to Focus on Women’s Rights for 2012 Campaigns

By Colin Campbell Politicker NY | The New York Observer The Democrats in the New York State are placing a special emphasis on issues pertaining to women as they attempt to retake the majority, insiders have suggested. “Women’s issues, from ...

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23 Dec
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Liz Krueger’s Free Events List – January 2012

Liz Krueger’s Free Events List – January 2012

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21 Dec
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Common Cause Helps the Public Get Involved in Redistricting

This week a number of Assembly Democrats got a peek at what their new district lines will look like if the Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment has anything to say about it. And LATFOR, with legislative leaders, ...

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16 Dec
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After Stints in Hospital, a Struggle With Bills

By NICOLE HIGGINS DeSMET This May, when James Connolly, a slim New York City native with a slight stoop and a shock of white hair, started life anew, he took the downtown E train, carrying bags of his clothes and ...

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16 Dec
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Albany Tax Deal: A Start, But Far From Done

By Liz Krueger In another whirlwind session in Albany, Gov. Andrew Cuomo pushed through a new tax plan that will generate $1.5 billion in much needed additional revenue for the state. I supported the plan because that revenue will make it ...

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