Op-Ed: Progressive prosecutors’ pathetic retreat

Fare-beating on the subway and buses costs the cash-strapped Metropolitan Transportation Authority an estimated $100 million a year. Expect that number to rise dramatically.

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Malliotakis and Golden need your help battling New York’s drug epidemic

Golden and Malliotakis are sponsors of a bill that would prevent drug dealers with multiple felony convictions from participating in diversion programs that allow them to attend drug treatment with first time offenders instead of prison.

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Tax bill hurts New York? Look to Albany, not Washington, governor

Despite the governor’s rhetoric, the facts are the facts. It is not Washington’s policies that gave New York the top state and local tax burden or second worst business climate in the nation.

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Malliotakis to Cuomo: Tax dollars are not Bitcoins

Gov. Cuomo has outlined an ambitious agenda for the year. While I can support some of it, much of the plan will come at a hefty cost to already-overburdened taxpayers. We cannot continue to spend taxpayer dollars as if we are paying with Bitcoins, Chuck-E-Cheese tokens or Monopoly money.

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Nicole Malliotakis Named Assembly Minority Whip

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis has been named Whip of the New York State Assembly’s Minority Conference. As part of the conference’s leadership team, Malliotakis will be tasked with persuading Republicans in the chamber to vote with the conference on key legislation.

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Malliotakis Looks to Introduce New Water Sport Rentals on Staten Island

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis wrote a letter to Staten Island Borough Parks Commissioner Lynda Ricciardone about introducing kayak and paddleboard rentals on Staten Island. Each

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Nicole Malliotakis: My time ‘in the arena’ with Mayor Bill de Blasio

When I began the legislative session in Albany this year, I never thought I’d end up the Republican candidate for mayor opposing Bill de Blasio on this year’s ballot.

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Malliotakis Hangs For Sale Signs on City Hall Fence

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis held a Friday morning news conference on the street by the entrance to the City Hall grounds, where she hung FOR SALE signs on the wrought iron fence that surrounds the property.

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MTA Police Benevolent Association Endorses Malliotakis for Mayor

During the endorsement, MTA-PBA President Michael O’Meara said, “unlike Bill de Blasio, Nicole Malliotakis truly cares about working with our Governor to fix the problems that are affecting MTA.”

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Malliotakis Campaign Releases New TV Commercial titled ‘I Love New York’

The campaign of Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, the common sense alternative to Bill de Blasio in the race for mayor, released a new TV commercial titled I Love New York. Watch it now.

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Statement by Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis on Today’s Terror Attack

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis said, “New Yorkers are strong and resilient and we will unite against terror. We stood shoulder to shoulder on September 11, 2001 and we will stand together after today’s attack that killed eight innocent people and injured many more…”

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The NY Post endorses Nicole Malliotakis for Mayor

“Her record shows she has the experience, the intelligence and the integrity to assemble a team of honest and capable people whose focus will be on policy, not fund-raising. New York simply can’t afford four more years of Bill de Blasio’s mismanaged pay-to-play government. Nicole Malliotakis offers a real and hopeful alternative.”

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Statement by Nicole Malliotakis on the Fifth Anniversary of Hurricane Sandy

“On the 3rd anniversary of Hurricane Sandy (2015), Mayor de Blasio came to my Assembly district and announced that all home reconstruction would be completed by the 4th anniversary (2016). Here we are two years later…”

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Malliotakis & Borelli Call for Property Tax Reform

A System Filled With Inequities That Must Be Fixed. Assemblywoman Malliotakis compared her tax bill to that of Mayor de Blasio’s, which she described as, “a glaring example of the very real inequities of our current property tax system.”

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Malliotakis Endorsed by Italian-American Leaders

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, the common sense alternative to Bill de Blasio in the race for mayor, was honored and endorsed on Tuesday afternoon by a group of Italian-American cultural and civic leaders at a news conference at Villa Erasmo Restaurant in Middle Village, Queens.

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