LONG ISLAND, NY - Assemblyman Dean Murray (R,C,I- East Patchogue) today spoke at New Yorkers For Constitutional Freedoms’ (NYCF) “Legislative Day” in Albany, highlighting the need for common-sense legislation.
“Too often, our house is concerned with legislation that affects less than 1 percent of our population, while ignoring the wishes and concerns of the 99 percent,” said Murray. “Policy like the often debated GENDA bill is purely political in scope and ultimately creates more problems than it would purportedly solve. I’m proud to sponsor legislation like A.5422 that puts an end to the politics and focuses on common sense. What we should be focusing on are the real needs of our constituents, like making college more affordable, lowering the cost of living on Long Island, improving the business climate to create more jobs and improving our K-12 education system.”
Assemblyman Murray speaking at New Yorkers For Constitutional Freedoms’ (NYCF) Legislative Day in Albany on March, 21, 2017. Photo credit: Office of Assemblyman Dean Murray.
Assemblyman Dean Murray represents the 3rd District, which includes portions of Brookhaven, Medford, and Mastic Beach in Suffolk County. For more information, visit Assemblyman Murray’s Official Website.