Malliotakis Issues Statement on State of the State

In order to fix the problems addressing our state, we need the governor to acknowledge they exist and have largely been created by the misguided policies put in place by his administration.

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Op-Ed: New York’s New Criminal Justice Reforms Need Reform

It’s estimated that under the bail reforms, approximately 90 percent of those arrested will either be set free within a matter of hours, with nothing more than their court papers and their promise to appear for their court date or, in many cases, will simply receive a desk appearance ticket and continue on their merry way without even being arrested.

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Malliotakis to de Blasio: Where’s the Property Tax Report?

“Property taxes are one of the top issues affecting affordability in our city for middle-class families. Unlike nearly every other municipality in the state, our city does not have a 2% cap and the de Blasio Administration has increased the property tax levy roughly 50% since taking office in 2013,” said Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Brooklyn, […]

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Malliotakis: Don’t Raise Taxes, Reject Tax Funded Campaigns

Assemblywoman Malliotakis calls out Heastie for proposed tax increases and calls for rejecting matching campaign contributions with taxpayer funds.

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Hearing to be Held on De Blasio’s Mayoral Control of Schools

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis is pleased to announce that after much advocacy the Assembly Committee on Education will be hosting a public hearing to discuss the overall effectiveness of mayoral control of the New York City School District.

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Elected officials and police unions denounce radical new bail laws, call for immediate changes

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I,-Brooklyn, Staten Island) and Assemblyman Mike Reilly (R-South Shore), along with every union representing the NYPD called for immediate changes to the new bail laws passed by Gov. Cuomo and NY Democrats set to take effect on January 1, 2020 at a press conference held today on Staten Island.

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Malliotakis: Cuomo And De Blasio Must Put Brakes On Rewarding Crime

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis issued a statement today calling on both Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio to show an ounce of sanity and stop rewarding lawbreakers and criminals.

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Malliotakis Blasts De Blasio, City Council Over Rikers Closure

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis lambasted Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York City Council for moving forward with plans to close Rikers Island and build new jails, calling it a “grave mistake.”

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Malliotakis Exposes Verrazzano Two-Way Toll Shell Game

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, joined by local residents, held a press conference exposing the two-way tolling plan proposed by local Members of Congress Max Rose and Jerry Nadler and the MTA.

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Malliotakis: Keep And Expand Gifted And Talented Programs

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, parents, and community leaders held a press conference today outside of the Brooklyn School of Inquiry.

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Malliotakis Seeks Volunteers For Fort Wadsworth Beach Cleanup

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis announced the latest in a series of clean ups that she is holding in areas of her district heavily affected by litter.

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It seems there is an Ongoing War on Drivers in our City and State

Assemblywoman Malliotakis blasted Gov. Cuomo’s new middle class tax on license plates.

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Malliotakis: NYC must make Cooling Centers pet friendly

Nicole Malliotakis is calling on the city to help make cooling centers pet friendly and do a better job of indicating which cooling centers, if any, accept pets

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Repairs at NYCHA New Lane begin after visit from HUD Administrator

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis and HUD Regional Administrator Lynne Patton called for necessary repairs at NYCHA’s New Lane Shores Apartments in March 2019.

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Malliotakis Calls on Cuomo to Stop Unfair PA Proposal

In a letter to Governor Cuomo, the Assemblywoman points to the new two-way tolling system for the Verrazzano Bridge as a potential cause of these changes due to the way it will shift revenue from the Port Authority to the MTA.

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