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Smullen Works to Protect Wood Burning for Fuel in New York State

Assemblyman Robert Smullen (R,C-Mohawk Valley and the Adirondacks) is working to protect the rights of New York families who have relied on wood burning for heating and fuel for generations. While the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA)...

Smullen: Enough is Enough—It is Time to Pass the State Budget

“It’s time to pass the budget—why we are back in Albany on a Sunday to instead pass another emergency budget extender is ridiculous. This lack of planning is not what New York families want to see, especially when they were hoping to see the state...

Smullen Supports Bipartisan Efforts to Bring 134 Hostages Being Held in Gaza Back Home

“My thoughts go out to the families of the 134 hostages still being held in Gaza by Hamas, and I am praying for all of the hostages’ safe return home. The hostages have been held in Gaza for 179 days, and of the 134 hostages, five of them are U.S....

Smullen to Hold 16th Annual Venison for Veterans & Seniors of Fulton and Montgomery Counties Soon

Assemblyman Robert Smullen (R,C-Mohawk Valley and the Adirondacks) is proud to announce the 16th Annual Venison for Veterans & Seniors of Fulton and Montgomery Counties. This volunteer event organized by local hunters and in partnership with assemblymembers,...

Smullen: Nadia Vitels and Other Victims of ‘Squatters’ Deserve Justice

“Nadia Vitels was brutally beaten to death, allegedly by two squatters who had moved into her deceased mother’s New York City apartment—Nadia’s death will not be in vain. “Squatting-related incidents in our state are on the rise and out of...

Smullen: Identifying New York State’s Triumphs and Mistakes in Responding to the Covid-19 Crisis is Essential

“I was proud to see Congressman Marc Molinaro and my colleagues from the Assembly and Senate Minority Conferences come together to call for an independent review of our state’s response to the COVID-19 crisis. This review of our triumphs and mistakes...
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