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It is imperative that you contact your legislators now and let them know your position on those State Budget issues of greatest importance to you. We encourage you to review NYCOM’s Briefing on the 2020-21 Executive Budget.
While there was a need to reform New York’s criminal justice statutes during the 2019 state legislative session, it is widely recognized that several of the changes in the laws pertaining to discovery are broad and vague and are having unintended consequences at the municipal level.
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It is imperative that you contact your legislators now and let them know your position on those State Budget issues of greatest importance to you. We encourage you to review NYCOM’s Briefing on the 2020-21 Executive Budget. In addition, there are four policy issues that we ask you to bring to the attention of your legislators and make sure they are aware of NYCOM’s position.
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NYCOM strongly believes each community must have a voice in whether the adult-use cannabis industry operates within its boundaries, as the impacts of the cannabis industry will be most directly felt at the local level.
UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020
We have put together a sample resolution outlining what we believe are a series of reasonable amendments that are consistent withthe overall intent of the reforms, but which will allow for more effective and affordable implementation.
ADVOCACY UPDATE (Inc. Sample Resolution) (1/30/20)
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LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES:• Increase Unrestricted State Aid• Enhance Funding for Water and Sewer Infrastructure• Expand Highway Funding• Amend the Newly Enacted Criminal Justice Reforms• Limit the Application and Cost of the Prevailing Wage Mandate
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NYCOM is inviting all eighth-grade students currently enrolled in a school located in a city or village in New York State to participate in NYCOM's fourth annual essay contest addressing the topic, “If I Were Mayor, I Would ...."
CONTEST IS NOW OPEN | DEADLINE: MARCH 9TH
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