Today, the Assembly passed legislation to delay certain aspects of Common Core, including linking teacher evaluations to results of standardized tests and using testing as the sole means for student promotion. This is a positive step in the right direction for our students and teachers, and will help alleviate some of the stress they’ve been [...]read more »
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Brooklyn, Staten Island) and Con Edison are warning constituents about the Green Dot MoneyPak Scam. The scam involves a perpetrator calling a victim claiming to be a representative of a government agency or a local utility company (such as IRS, Con Edison, Cable Company, etc.). Victims are then instructed that a payment [...]read more »
Plan submitted to Secretary of Health in time for February 22 deadline.
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Brooklyn, Staten Island) today applauded Gov. Cuomo and the Office of Temporary Disability Assistance (OTDA) for taking administrative action to enact policy changes to ban the use of welfare money at strip clubs, liquor stores and casinos. New York State needed [...]
With February 22 deadline looming, state risks losing up to $120 million in federal aid.
Assembly members Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Brooklyn, Staten Island) and Joe Borelli (R,C,I-South Shore) today denounced the Assembly’s failure to pass the Public Assistance Integrity Act (A.2386). The legislation results from a federal mandate signed by President Barack Obama which requires states to [...]