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Inaction on Pension Reform Inexusable

posted by Brian Kolb on Saturday May 2nd 4:53pm
Last year taxpayers spent more than $530,000 to fund the pensions of 14 public officials convicted of felonies. Despite failing to uphold their duties to constituents, these individuals are still able to... more »
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The Women's Bill That Continues To Be Ignored

posted by Brian Kolb on Friday April 17th 4:02pm
With the state budget now behind us, the Legislature must focus on a number of important issues before the end of session in June. For me, there is no higher personal or professional priority... more »
Posted in legislative column

April is Autism Awareness Month

posted by Brian Kolb on Friday April 10th 4:19pm
Each April, we commemorate Autism Awareness Month. At this time we make a special effort to shed light on the issues facing those who live with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families. The... more »
Posted in legislative column

A Budget That Leaves Out Middle Class New Yorkers Is Not Good Enough

posted by Brian Kolb on Friday April 3rd 6:28pm
As legislators prepare for the second half of the legislative session, it is vital we address the failures of the recently-passed budget. With nowhere near enough help... more »

Ethics Reform Finally Needs A Full Commitment

posted by Brian Kolb on Sunday March 22nd 11:55pm
Ethics reform that looks good on paper but lacks teeth is ultimately meaningless. Over the past several days we recognized Sunshine Week in New York State, a week meant to highlight 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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