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NYLCV Endorses Anthony Brindisi For Assembly

Anthony BrindisiAnthony BrindisiSince taking office in 2011, Anthony Brindisi has made the environment a high priority for his work, particularly in the area of public health. Assembly Member Brindisi sponsored the School Buildings Carbon Monoxide Detectors Act, which would require building codes to include standards for the installation of carbon monoxide detectors in every elementary and secondary school in New York. In the current term, Brindisi supported the environmental community’s top priorities, including the Mercury Thermostat Collection Act, the Solar Jobs Act, the Child Safe Products Act and the Community Risk and Resiliency Act.
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The Environment Wins Big In New York State Primary

The environment was a key issue in races all over New York. Whether it was fracking, children's health or water quality, New Yorkers made the connection between their vote and a healthy environment. NYLCV is proud to have played a major role in defending green allies and advancing a new generation of environmental leaders. And we are just getting started -- we will run an even bigger campaign and mobilize even more environmental voters in the general election in November.
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NYLCV Endorses David Denenberg For Senate

David Denenberg has one of the most impressive environmental resumes of any candidate running for state Legislature this year. From protecting our natural resources to growing the clean-energy economy, David Denenberg has a proven track record of getting results for Nassau County. We are proud to endorse him, and we encourage voters who want a cleaner, stronger Nassau to support David Denenberg for Senate in District 8.

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Our Top Priority Primary Campaign: Tony Avella For Senate

From air pollution, to clean water and children's health, the residents of Queens know our state can do a lot more to improve the environment. The best way to protect the environment is to have environmental leaders in office, and that's why NYLCV PAC is proud to launch our campaign to re-elect Tony Avella to the State Senate. Time and time again, Senator Avella has fought to protect the environment, both in his Queens district and up in Albany at the state Capitol.

 


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