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START-UP NY stalls on reporting results

posted by Brian Kolb on Friday April 29th 6:37pm
On April 1, the state faced a deadline to release a report enumerating the results of the START-UP NY program. But no such report has been released, which is not surprising considering the abysmal... more »
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Albany's ethical challenge has gone unmet

posted by Brian Kolb on Thursday April 28th 11:28am
We are nearly four full months into the legislative session, and nothing has been done to address corruption in Albany.  In a few short weeks, former legislative leaders Sheldon Silver and Dean... more »
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A Broken Process and Broken Promises

posted by Brian Kolb on Friday April 8th 4:29pm
Imagine you are in school, a teacher hands the class a 1,200-page book and says you have four hours to read it and report on it. Welcome to the New York State budget process. Last week the state... more »
Posted in legislative column

Higher Education Committee Blocks College Affordability Bills

posted by Brian Kolb on Tuesday April 5th 7:18pm
Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Canandaigua) today criticized the Assembly Committee on Higher Education for blocking legislation designed to make college tuition... more »
Posted in statement

New York farmers facing a serious threat

posted by Brian Kolb on Friday March 11th 6:56pm
New York’s farms offer an abundance of quality products families and communities use for all sorts of occasions. The hard-working men and women who own and operate New York farms are critical to the... more »
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Assemblyman Kolb represents the 131st Assembly District, which includes Ontario County and parts of Seneca County. Brian Kolb was first elected to the New York State Assembly in a special election held in February 2000 and has been overwhelmingly re-elected ever since.
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