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Martin Golden's Public Statements

Office: State Senate (NY) - District 22, Republican, Conservative, Independence Party Majority Conference Vice Chair
Date Title
Sept. 11, 2017 Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation Expanding Unlimited Sick Leave Benefit for New Yorkers Who Participated in 9/11 Response Efforts
Aug. 16, 2017 Letter to the Honorable David J. Shulkin, Secretary of Veterans Affairs - Brooklyn VA Medical Center
Aug. 16, 2017 Donovan Leads Effort to Protect Veteran Access to Medical Care at Brooklyn VA
Sept. 3, 2015 Letter to Craig Frugate, FEMA Administrator - Overdue flood insurance report
May 6, 2013 Golden, Malliotakis Join Rep. Grimm's Call to Fix Policy that Will Keep Sandy Survivors from Recovery Funds
Oct. 3, 2012 Letter to Chairwoman Seminara
Sept. 7, 2012 Governor Cuomo Signs Bill Strengthening Laws Against Internet Access of Child Pornography
July 25, 2012 Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation to Continue State's Efforts to Help Returning Veterans Find Employment
June 28, 2012 Governor Cuomo Announces Second Round of Low-Cost Power Allocations to New York City Under ReCharge New York
June 17, 2012 Governor Cuomo and Legislative Leaders Announce Agreement on Bill to Prohibit Internet Access of Child Pornography‬
June 11, 2012 Governor Cuomo and Legislative Leaders Announce Agreement on Legislation Strengthening New York's Domestic Violence Laws
April 6, 2012 Turner Pushes to Help Veteran-Owned Businesses
March 14, 2012 Governor Cuomo, Senate Majority, Leader Skelos, and Assembly Speaker Silver Announce Historic Agreement on Expansion of DNA Databank
Dec. 20, 2011 Governor Cuomo Announces Agreement Reached on Taxi Legislation
July 21, 2011 Governor Cuomo Signs Law Prohibiting The Sale of Hookahs, Smoking Paraphernalia, and Shisha to Minors
Issue Position: Taxes
Issue Position: Seniors
Issue Position: Crime
Issue Position: Education
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