Carlucci’s Column: The Fight For Affordability & Jobs 

Carlucci’s Column: The Fight For Affordability & Jobs 

We must do more to create good paying jobs in the Hudson Valley to help our residents and bolster our local economy. As we know, prices continue to go up and the Federal Government has hurt homeowners with a $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions. As many residents are questioning the affordability of […]

CARLUCCI’S COLUMN: PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT

CARLUCCI’S COLUMN: PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT

BY SENATOR DAVID CARLUCCI Our environment must be protected for future generations, and currently our federal government is rolling back policies that protect us against climate change and global warming. First, the President pulled the U.S. out of the 2015 Paris agreement on climate change mitigation. Further, cuts are being made left and right to funding for the Environmental Protection […]

Carlucci’s Column: Breaking Down Voting Barriers 

Carlucci’s Column: Breaking Down Voting Barriers 

New York’s voting laws lag behind much of the country, and due to unfair and burdensome restrictions, some cannot exercise their constitutional right to vote. We must do more to eliminate these obstacles, and it starts with major voting reforms. Historically, voter turnout among young people is far lower than for other age groups. According […]

Joint Statement From Carlucci & Abinanti on Governor Cuomo’s Veto of The Toll Payer Protection Act

Joint Statement From Carlucci & Abinanti on Governor Cuomo’s Veto of The Toll Payer Protection Act

New City, NY – Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Westchester) and Assemblyman Tom Abinanti (D-Greenburgh/Mt. Pleasant) released the following joint statement on Governor Cuomo’s decision to veto the Toll Payer Protection Act on Friday (12/28) night: “We are disappointed the Governor vetoed the Toll Payer Protection Act. Now drivers are left vulnerable to an unfair cashless toll system. As a result, […]

Carlucci’s Column: Protecting Your Data Following Marriott Breach

Carlucci’s Column: Protecting Your Data Following Marriott Breach

BY SENATOR DAVID CARLUCCI Recently, Marriott made headlines because of one of the largest data breaches in history, possibly exposing as many as 500 million customer’s personal and sensitive information. Data compromised included: people’s names, mailing addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, passport numbers, dates of birth, gender, Starwood preferred guest loyalty program information, and more. […]

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