Press Releases

April 2016
SCHUMER: WITH CONFIRMED ZIKA CASES IN NIAGARA & ERIE COUNTIES, SENATOR URGES CONGRESS TO IMMEDIATELY PASS EMERGENCY FUNDING TO BATTLE ZIKA VIRUS BEFORE IT SPREADS; FUNDS WILL GREATLY BOLSTER WESTERN NEW YORK’S EFFORTS TO FIGHT ZIKA
SCHUMER VISITS ROCHESTER TO CUT RIBBON AT RIT'S NEW BIZ INCUBATOR; SENATOR SAYS NEW FACILITY COULD CREATE MANY NEW BUSINESSES AND NEW JOBS IN THE ROCHESTER AREA
FOLLOWING HEIGHTENED THREAT & 60 ZIKA CASES IN NEW YORK, SCHUMER PUSHES EMERGENCY $1.9 BILLION FUNDING TO HELP STEM SPREAD OF VIRUS; STITCH IN TIME WILL SAVE NINE; EMERGENCY PLAN HEADED TO SENATE FLOOR
SCHUMER, CANTWELL PUSH NATIONAL PLAN TO INCREASE FEDERAL RESOURCES IN NYC FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING & TO FIGHT HOMELESSNESS; NEW EFFORT WOULD BE KEY TO EXPANDING AFFORDABLE HOUSING UNITS IN NYC
AFTER URGING FROM SENATORS, SCHUMER & GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE THE DEPT. OF JUSTICE APPROVES THE AGREEMENT TO ESTABLISH THE HARRIET TUBMAN RESIDENCE IN AUBURN AS A NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK
SCHUMER PUSHES TO PASS PROVISION IN ADAM WALSH REAUTH ACT THAT WOULD GIVE CHILD VICTIMS OF SEX CRIMES & ABUSE MORE TIME TO SUE THEIR ABUSER; CURRENT LAW SAYS VICTIM ONLY HAS THREE YEARS AFTER THEY TURN 18 TO SEEK JUSTICE; SENATOR SAYS THAT’S JUST NOT ENOUGH
AFTER SCHUMER’S URGING, DRONE GEO-FENCING PROPOSAL PASSES THE SENATE; NEWTECHNOLOGY COULD PROHIBIT DRONES FROM FLYING NEAR AIRPORTS, SENSITIVE AREAS, SPORTING EVENTS & ABOVE 500FT
SCHUMER URGES DOD TOP BRASS TO WORK DIRECTLY WITH AMPHENOL TO GET SHIPMENTS FLOWING & GET WORKERS BACK ON THE JOB – SENATOR SAYS COMPANY IS STRUGGLING WITH BUREAUCRATIC RED TAPE
SCHUMER: WITH DISCOVERIES OF LEAD IN ITHACA AND THROUGHOUT UPSTATE NEW YORK, SENATOR LAUNCHES A MAJOR PUSH TO PROTECT UPSTATE NY’S DRINKING WATER; NEW BILL WILL HELP PREVENT WATER CONTAMINATION, IMPROVE WATER INFRASTRUCTURE & CREATE HUNDREDS OF NEW CLEAN WATER JOBS IN NY
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES THAT FOLLOWING HIS PUSH, $36 MILLION IN FED FUNDING NEEDED FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW WNY VETERANS’ CEMETERY HAS BEEN INCLUDED IN THE SENATE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL – SCHUMER VOWS TO CONTINUE FIGHTING TO ENSURE FULL FUNDING IS INCLUDED IN FINAL BILL
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES, FOLLOWING HIS PUSH, BILL THAT INCLUDES FIVE-YEAR EXTENSION OF NUAIR TEST SITE DESIGNATION AT GRIFFISS AIRPORT HAS PASSED THE SENATE – SCHUMER URGES HOUSE TO PASS THIS BILL; EXTENSION WOULD PROTECT JOBS, SPUR NEW TECHNOLOGY & SUPPORT CUTTING-EDGE RESEARCH AT GRIFFISS
GOVERNOR CUOMO AND SENATOR SCHUMER ANNOUNCE EXPANDED SLEEP APNEA SCREENING FOR MTA EMPLOYEES
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND, DONOVAN, DE BLASIO ANNOUNCE $6 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDS FOR UPGRADES TO STATEN ISLAND FERRY
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $1.5 MILLION IN FEDERAL HEAD START FUNDS FOR THE PARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER IN ALBANY COUNTY
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY AWARDED THE ‘2016 NATIONAL MEDAL FOR MUSEUM & LIBRARY SERVICE’
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE, FOLLOWING THEIR PUSH, OGDENSBURG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO RECEIVE MORE THAN $11 MILLION IN FED FUNDING TO COMPLETE AIRPORT EXPANSION & BEGIN LOW-FARE SERVICE WITH ALLEGIANT AIR
SCHUMER: WITHOUT FED ACTION, STATEN ISLAND’S SAW MILL CREEK WILL REMAIN LOCAL DUMPING GROUND; SENATOR PUSHES FEDS TO GREENLIGHT NYC PLAN TO CLEAN, RESTORE & TRANSFORM SITE WITH OVER $12M IN FEDERAL SANDY FUNDING; CHANCE TO BEAUTIFY MARSH & PROTECT AGAINST LOCAL FLOODING IS CHANCE WE CANNOT PASS UP
SCHUMER: CHINESE OVERPRODUCTION IS DEVASTATING U.S. ALUMINUM AND STEEL PRODUCERS, AS HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED CHINESE PRODUCTS ARE FLOODING AMERICAN & GLOBAL MARKETS, PUTTING JOBS IN HARMS WAY AT ALUMINUM AND STEEL COMPANIES LIKE ALCOA IN MASSENA AND NUCOR IN AUBURN; URGES ADMINISTRATION TO STOP CHINA FROM UNDERCUTTING NYS ALUMINUM AND STEEL
SCHUMER: CHINESE OVERPRODUCTION IS DEVASTATING U.S. STEEL PRODUCERS; HEAVILY-SUBSIDIZED CHINESE PRODUCTS ARE FLOODING AMERICAN & GLOBAL MARKETS, PUTTING JOBS IN HARMS WAY AT STEEL COMPANIES LIKE NUCOR VULCRAFT IN CHEMUNG; URGES ADMINISTRATION TO STOP CHINA FROM UNDERCUTTING NYS STEEL
FEMA HEEDS SCHUMER’S CALL TO FULLY FUND KINGSTON’S SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT FLOODED BY HURRICANE SANDY
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