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April 30, 2004

  • News: Saladino Backs Bills to Aid Local Children, Students, and Taxpayers

    Since taking office as the Assemblyman for the 12th District in a special election held March 9, Joseph Saladino has continued his efforts to keep taxes down, preserve the environment, protect the safety of children and improve the quality of education for students of the Massapequas and Plainedge. FULL STORY

  • News: Brucia Family, DAs, Public Officials Push to Strengthen 'Megan's Law'

    Assembly Republicans were joined earlier this month by family members of 11-year-old murder victim Carlie Brucia, Long Island prosecutors, law enforcement and community activists calling for passage of legislation that would keep dangerous sex offenders locked up if they are deemed unsafe to be allowed back into society, and measures to strengthen "Megan's Law" - the sex offender registration and notification act. FULL STORY Logo
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