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George H. Winner, Jr.
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Sunday, February 18, 2015
 
Senate Update
SENATOR WINNER SCHEDULES LOCAL MEETINGS ON GOVERNOR SPITZER’S 2007-08 STATE BUDGET PLAN. SEE SCHEDULE.
JOIN THE NEW SENATE BUSINESS LEADERS FORUM. SHARE YOUR OPINIONS. FIND DETAILS ON A NEW BUSINESS ASSISTANCE PLAN APPROVED BY SENATE.
PRIORITY 2007: PROPERTY TAX RELIEF. SENATE APPROVES ENHANCED REBATE-NY PROGRAM, $6 BILLION IN NEW RELIEF OVER NEXT TWO YEARS. EXPRESS YOUR VIEWS.
PRIORITY 2007: AGREEMENT REACHED ON STATE BUDGET REFORM. SENATOR WINNER CALLS IT A GOOD BEGINNING, BUT MORE REFORMS NEEDED.
LONG ROAD TO MEDICAID REFORM. NEW MEDICAID INSPECTOR GENERAL COULD SAVE PROPERTY TAXPAYERS BILLIONS.
 
Senator George H. Winner, Jr. Reports On:
VETERANS HALL OF FAME
IDENTITY THEFT
DEATH PENALTY
HEALTH CARE PROXY
NYS RURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION
NYS RURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION
AGAINST VIOLENT SEX OFFENDERS
AGAINST VIOLENT SEX OFFENDERS
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<FONT SIZE=3>SENATE APPROVES SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
Senator Winner said that New York government has to get to work on upstate economic development initiatives.

Thursday, February 15, 2007
SENATE APPROVES SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
Calls for comprehensive tax cuts, targeted economic development
Albany, N.Y.-- The New York State Senate has approved a wide-ranging small business assistance plan, including tax cuts and regulatory reforms, cosponsored by Senator George H. Winner, Jr. (R-C, Elmira).The legislation was approved earlier this week by a vote of 55 to 4."Let’s not just talk about the challenges facing the upstate economy, let’s get to work on turning this region’s economy around," said Winner, who noted that the Senate also plans to convene a series of public ... Read More»
 

Tuesday, February 13, 2007
SENATE APPROVES WINNER’S FIREARMS SAFETY LEGISLATION
Legislation originally prompted by 2001 hunting accident in Steuben County
Albany, N.Y.-- The New York State Senate has unanimously approved legislation sponsored by Senator George H. Winner, Jr. (R-C, Elmira) to require that anyone who discharges a firearm and causes an injury must immediately file a police report."This proposed law seeks to prevent tragedies associated with unreported firearms accidents," said Winner. The legislation is an outgrowth of legislation Winner sponsored for the past two years to make it a crime to leave the scene of a hunting ...  Read More»

Friday, February 9, 2007
WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY THEFT?
New federal report says nearly a quarter-million Americans are victims
Albany, N.Y.-- "Your Opinion Counts," an online opinion survey sponsored by New York State Senator George H. Winner, Jr. (R-C, Elmira), is currently offering an opportunity for area residents to share their views on the issue of identity theft.Winner’s online questionnaire comes in the wake of a report earlier this week by the Federal Trade Commission that nearly 250,000 Americans were the victims of identity theft last year. "As fast as today’s technology ...  Read More»

Monday, February 5, 2007
BETTER FOR THE UPSTATE ECONOMY?
Column by NYS Senator George Winner
When New York’s governor finally goes public with a proposed state budget for the coming fiscal year, it’s always a big splash in Capitol waters. It’s a splash that courses through the corridors of New York government first, but it quickly seeps into every corner of the state.That’s as it should be. Governors, legislators and state bureaucrats can’t, and shouldn’t, sit in Albany and send forth programs and policies without first understanding their impact on individual communities. ...  Read More»


Friday, February 2, 2007
WINNER: WE’LL TRY AGAIN FOR APPROVAL OF CIVIL CONFINEMENT FOR WORST SEX OFFENDERS
Cosponsors legislation to establish process to identify likely repeat offenders
Albany, N.Y.-- The New York State Senate has again approved legislation cosponsored by Senator George H. Winner, Jr. (R-C, Elmira) to keep

sexually violent predators off the streets for longer periods of time through a process known as "civil confinement." The legislation was approved earlier this week, with strong bipartisan support, by a vote of 55 to 3. "We have a fundamental responsibility to act to protect the safety of our communities and that means enacting civil confinement," ...  Read More»

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