Malliotakis Joins March Across Brooklyn Bridge With Clergy and Law Enforcement

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis joined with clergy, law enforcement and the public in a march across the Brooklyn Bridge to New York’s City Hall on Wednesday morning, calling for an end to gun violence and in support of of the NYPD.

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Fixes to Dangerous Bail Law a Step in the Right Direction

Under the fixes achieved that take effect today, a variety of crimes are now listed as “qualifying charges,” which makes them eligible for bail.

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Malliotakis Offers Free Face Masks to Small Businesses

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis has spearheaded the effort to reopen dentist offices in New York. Malliotakis said New York State Dental Association (NYSDA) and its members are now fully prepared to restore all dental services to patients as essential health care services

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Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis Leads Charge to Reopen Dentist Offices

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis has spearheaded the effort to reopen dentist offices in New York. Malliotakis said New York State Dental Association (NYSDA) and its members are now fully prepared to restore all dental services to patients as essential health care services

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Malliotakis delivers POW-MIA and American Flags to Brooklyn Nursing Home

While delivering supplies to St. Nicholas home, Administrator Lisa Soto made a special request – an American Flag. The flag at St. Nicholas Home was a few years old and torn. Yesterday, Assemblywoman Malliotakis presented the home with not only an American Flag, but a POW/MIA flag just in time for Memorial Day.

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Assemblywoman Malliotakis Facilitates Medical Gown Production in Brooklyn

The gowns are being produced by a New York City based garment manufacturing company, Top Notch Pattern, Inc., which is under contract with the City of New York, thanks to the assistance of Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis.

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Malliotakis Reiterates Call for NYC Beaches, Golf Courses and Tennis Courts To Be Opened

While the governor is announcing states like New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Delaware will begin to open beaches the Friday of Memorial Day weekend, at limited capacity, with masks and practicing social distancing, New York City is again being left behind.

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Malliotakis Calls for DOJ to Investigate Nursing Home Deaths

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis released a letter on Friday calling on U.S. Attorney General William Barr to initiate an investigation into the ever-growing scandal about the care and handling of COVID-19 patients in Long Term Care Facilities (LTCF) in New York state.

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Staten Island Funeral Directors Join Malliotakis in Push to Open Cemeteries on Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Memorial Day quickly approaching, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis has been reaching out to local cemeteries in an effort to get them to reopen their gates to visitors.

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10,000 Face Shields Being Distributed to Staten Island/Brooklyn Front Line

The face shields were purchased with funds raised in memory of Andreas Koutsoudakis, a well known New York City restaurateur and Staten Island resident, whose extended family owns Andrew’s Diner in Great Kills, Staten Island.

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Malliotakis Applauds Fixes to Botched Bail Law as Big Step

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, a leader in the fight to fix the botched bail reform law, applauded the changes being adopted in the state budget.

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Malliotakis: Nix de Blasio’s MTA Board Choice Until Staten Island Has Rep

Currently, Staten Island is the only borough of New York City, as well as the only county within the MTA Service Territory, without representation.

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Malliotakis Appointed to Lead Homeland Security Cooperation Efforts

Nicole Malliotakis to lead the charge in the Assembly Minority’s efforts to get access to the State’s DMV Database restored for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) agencies that use it to secure our homeland, stop nefarious acts and initiate criminal investigations.

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Malliotakis Urges Feds to Reject Congestion Pricing

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis recently issued a letter to Federal Highway Administrator Nicole Nason urging the rejection of congestion pricing in New York City. The MTA has yet to provide a plan of implementation for this proposal, or even appoint the required panel that would be tasked with determining the details. Malliotakis criticized the MTA’s history […]

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Malliotakis Allocates Grant to Bay Ridge Library for Educational Programs

The library will be using these funds for the improvement and creation of various programs that will help to stimulate and educate the youth of Brooklyn.

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