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Marcellino Will Examine Laws & Regulations On Boating Safety

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Senator Marcellino was recently contacted by the family of Victoria Gaines, the young girl who tragically lost her life in the Oyster Bay July 4th boating accident, to enlist his help in ensuring greater safety measures on New York waters.

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Chad Lupinacci Announced As 10th Assembly District Candidate

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Huntington Republican Committee Chairwoman Toni Tepe and Suffolk Republican Committee Chairman John LaValle announced that they will be supporting Chad Lupinacci of Huntington Station to run in Conte’s place this November

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County Executive Bellone Makes New Appointments to Human Rights Commission

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, with legislative approval, has appointed two new members to the Suffolk County Human Rights Commission.

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Asharoken Village Swearing In Ceremony

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On Monday evening July 2, newly elected Asharoken Mayor Gregory Letica took his oath-of-office from Supervisor Frank Petrone.  Village Trustees Joseph Tilleli and Mel Ettinger also participated in the swearing in ceremony.  Mayor Letica led his first Village Hall meeting following the swearing in.  It was a standing room only crowd for the Mayor’s first meeting. 
 
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The United States Supreme Court ruled that Obamacare, including the individual mandate, which requires all Americans to buy health insurance, is constitutional. This decision marks the destruction of individual liberty, as for the first time, citizens can be forced by the government to buy a product or service.
In September 2009, President Obama told George Stephanopoulos, […]

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Bellone Announces Plan to Create Jobs, Build Suffolk’s Innovation Economy

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Press Release from the County Executive Office.

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Bellone Announces Suffolk County Overtime Down More than $6M from 2011 Levels

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced that overtime is down $6.2 million from the same period just one year ago as a result of new polices, improved management and a culture change that emphasizes that overtime should only be as a last resort.  In all, overtime decreased from $22.4 million to this point in 2011 […]

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Conte Announces The Passage Of Lauren’s Law

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 Assemblyman Jim Conte today announced the passage of Lauren’s Law. Conte, a sponsor of the bill and two-time organ-transplant recipient, noted that the bill will help increase organ-donor enrollments throughout the state as well as prolong and enhance the lives of thousands of New Yorkers waiting for a transplant.
The legislation is named after Lauren Shields, […]

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Suffolk Legislature Approves Hookah Lounge Regulation

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There is a misconception that hookah smoke is less toxic than cigarette smoke. Many people are unaware that one hookah session is equivalent to smoking 100 cigarettes.

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In a recent campaign mailer, Congressman Steve Israel published the results of his Priorities Survey. When asked for a comment, Stephen Labate said, “It is time for Steve Israel to start telling the truth about his record and what he supports. His comments are complete mischaracterizations of the truth, especially regarding Medicare and Social Security”.

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