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Protesters to Greet Gov. Cuomo at Long Island Fundraiser with Simple Message: Ban Fracking Now

March 26th, 2014


Activists Also Calling on Cuomo to Veto Dangerous Offshore Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal Proposed for Just Off South Shore

Anti-Common Core Rally at NYS Senator Flanagan’s Office Announced

March 4th, 2014


The NYS Assembly are about to pass A8929, a piece of legislation that Long Islanders United Against the Common Core that leaves New York’s children “out of the equation entirely.” Governor Cuomo is backing this up with a media blitz citing testing as the central cause of the crisis in NYS schools, Long Islanders United Against the Common Core’s press release states.

Noted dietician to speak on Suffolk County Health Proposal IR 1096-2014

February 26th, 2014


Registered dietician Iman Marghoob of Stony Brook University’s Department of Family Medicine will testify tomorrow at the Suffolk County Legislature in support of nutritional standards being proposed by Suffolk County Legislator Kara Hahn (D-Setauket) for concession stands and vending machines within all County owned facilities.

Long Island’s iRefuse – The Great American Opt Out Rally – March 29

February 23rd, 2014


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iRefuse is hosting its first annual New York State “Great American Opt Out” Rally on the football field at Comsewogue High School on Saturday March 29, 2014 at 12:15PM.

Long Island Groups Mobilize Against Governor Cuomo’s Proposed Tax Cuts for Wealthy

February 19th, 2014


Community and Labor Organizations Join Statewide Effort, Point to NY’s Worst-in-the-Nation Income Inequality as Need for Investment, Not Tax Benefits Rich

Suffolk GOP Legislative Caucus Press Conference

February 5th, 2014


The Caucus will be announcing forums for public comment and suggestions to address County monetary issues such as Budget and Taxation, and tackling social issues such as Mental Health and Substance Abuse.

Mangano and U.S. Marines Deliver Special Toys To Children with Cerebral Palsy

February 4th, 2014


Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and the United States Marine Corps recently delivered $25,000 in specialty toys to children at United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of Nassau County. UCP features a school that serves over 250 students, ranging in age from 18 months to 21 years of age, who are transported from school districts across Nassau County. In addition, UCP hosts an “Adult Day Habilitation Program,” which is a year round program serving individuals, 21 and older who are developmentally disabled.

If Martin Luther King, Jr Were Alive Today, What Would His Platform Be?

January 29th, 2014


Join the New Hempstead Democratic Club as they present: If Martin Luther King, Jr were alive today…..what would his platform be? The event will be on Thursday, January 30, 2014 at Kennedy Memorial Park – located at 335 Greenwhich St, Hempstead at 7p.

WATCH LIVE – Official Tea Party Response to the 2014 State of the Union Address

January 28th, 2014


Senator Mike Lee delivers the official Tea Party Response to President Barack Obama’s 2014 State of the Union Address.

WATCH LIVE – 2014 GOP SOTU Response

January 28th, 2014


Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers, the highest ranking GOP woman in Congress, will give the party’s response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday.

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone to Hold Live Telephone Town Hall Tonight at 7pm

January 27th, 2014


uffolk County Executive Steve Bellone will be holding a live tele-conference tonight’s night where he will outline the number one threat to public health and safety in the region: Nitrogen pollution of ground and surface waters. According to the executive summary of Suffolk County’s Comprehensive Water Resources Management plan, released this past week, nitrogen poisoning has reached critically high levels; impacting drinking water, recreational waterways and reducing wetlands, which act as Long Island’s last line of natural defense against disasters such as Superstorm Sandy. Residents who participate will have an opportunity to ask the County Executive questions directly.

Watch Romney & Fallon ‘Slow Jam the News’

January 25th, 2014


Former Massachusetts Governor and 2010 GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney appeared on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” Friday night to “slow jam the news.” The pair slow jammed about President Barack Obama’s signature health care law and highlighting increasing concern over domestic surveillance conducted by the National Security Agency.

New Report Calls for Fixes to Broken Nassau Redistricting Process [UPDATED]

January 20th, 2014


As the Nassau County Legislature starts a new term with a spirit of cooperation and good government, the non-partisan Nassau United Redistricting Coalition will release tomorrow a comprehensive new report detailing basic flaws in the Nassau County Charter and recommending good government improvements.

Long Island Association’s Annual State of the Counties Breakfast

January 15th, 2014


The Long Island Association (LIA) President Kevin Law warmly welcomed the two County Executives who jointly presented an overview of their regions economic status and outlook for 2014. The LIA actively advocates the interests of, and promotes cooperation among, the business, labor, educational, scientific, technology, not-for profit and civic communities. T

Zeldin for Congress Kickoff Attracts Over 500 Supporters

January 10th, 2014


“I am both honored and humbled by the tremendous amount of support our Congressional campaign has generated,” said Senator Zeldin. “Last week, we were endorsed by our 60th local elected official and this week over 500 supporters turned out to make this an unforgettable event. It just goes to show how unified the First Congressional District is going into this year’s campaign.”

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