Press Releases

October 2014
SCHUMER CALLS FOR CDC TEAM TO BE IMMEDIATELY STATIONED IN NEW YORK CITY FOR RAPID DEPLOYMENT & TAKE- OVER OF ANY CONFIRMED EBOLA CASE
SCHUMER JOINS WITH ROCHESTER COMMUNITY LEADERS TO CUT RIBBON ON $100 MILLION COLLEGE TOWN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT SET TO REVITALIZE MT. HOPE & CREATE 1200+ JOBS – SCHUMER HAS PLAYED MAJOR ROLE IN PROJECT, SECURING $20M IN FED FUNDING FOR OVERALL DEVELOPMENT & KEY LOAN TO BRING GROCER TO NEIGHBORHOOD FOR FIRST TIME IN A DECADE
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES, IN EFFORT TO BRING RIDERS INTO NEW DOWNTOWN RTS TRANSIT CENTER, FREE BUS RIDES WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM TERMINAL OPENING IN NOV. UNTIL END OF YEAR – SCHUMER SECURED OVER $10M TO HELP MAKE NEW INDOOR BUS TERMINAL A REALITY; TERMINAL IS POISED TO TRANSFORM DOWNTOWN ROCHESTER & REVITALIZE MAIN STREET
SCHUMER CALLS ON FEDS TO STAY THE COURSE ON PLANNED TWO- YEAR PHASE-OUT OF VOLATILE, CRUDE-OIL-CARRYING DOT-111 TANK CARS – CALLS RECENT EFFORTS BY OIL INDUSTRY TO EXTEND THE 2-YEAR PHASE-OUT TO UP TO 10 YEARS DANGEROUS & POTENTIALLY HARMFUL TO UPSTATE, HUDSON VALLEY COMMUNITIES
SCHUMER: RESEARCH & REPORTING PROTOCOLS ON ‘SUDDEN DEATH IN THE YOUNG’ ARE COMPLETELY INADEQUATE, LEAVING GRIEVING LONG ISLAND PARENTS WITHOUT ANSWERS & NO LESSONS LEARNED TO PREVENT FUTURE TRAGEDY-– SENATOR & LONG ISLAND PARENTS OF CHILD VICTIMS URGE SENATE TO ACT ON HOUSE-PASSED BIPARTISAN BILL IN UPCOMING LAME-DUCK SESSION
AFTER SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND & MAFFEI PUSH, INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION REACHED FINAL DETERMINATION THAT WILL HELP PROTECT NUCOR STEEL AND OTHER NEW YORK STEEL MANUFACTURERS AGAINST DUMPING OF CHEAP FOREIGN STEEL
AFTER SCHUMER-GILLIBRAND PUSH, INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION REACHED FINAL DETERMINATION THAT WILL HELP PROTECT KLEIN STEEL AND OTHER NEW YORK STEEL MANUFACTURERS AGAINST DUMPING OF CHEAP FOREIGN STEEL
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE NEARLY $10 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR WESTCHESTER- PUTNAM LOCAL WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD TO COMBAT LONG-TERM UNEMPLOYMENT IN WESTCHESTER, PUTNAM, DUTCHESS, ROCKLAND & ORANGE – FUNDS WILL HELP CONNECT RESIDENTS WHO ARE READY-TO-WORK WITH READY-TO-BE- FILLED JOBS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE $5.2 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR ROCHESTERWORKS TO COMBAT LONG-TERM UNEMPLOYMENT – FUNDS WILL HELP CONNECT ROCHESTER- FINGER LAKES RESIDENTS WHO ARE READY-TO-WORK WITH READY-TO-BE-FILLED JOBS
WITH NYC A TOP TERROR TARGET & REPEATED TRESPASSING INCIDENTS ON NYC BRIDGES & THE WORLD TRADE CENTER –SCHUMER, JOINED BY NYPD COUNTERTERRORISM CHIEF, UNVEILS NEW BILL THAT MAKES TRESPASSING ON CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE A FEDERAL CRIME FOR FIRST TIME, INCREASING MAXIMUM JAIL TIME TO 5 YEARS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND, MAFFEI ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $530,000 IN HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT FUNDING FOR ONONDAGA, ONEIDA, OSWEGO & TOMPKINS COUNTIES
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE $600,000 IN FUNDING TO SUPPORT LONG ISLANDS LGBT SURVIVORS OF RAPE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
SCHUMER, FOLLOWING CALL WITH CDC DIRECTOR FRIEDEN, EXPECTS THAT THIS WEEK, THE CDC WILL UNVEIL TOUGHER EBOLA SCREENING REQUIREMENTS ON U.S. SOIL SENATOR HAD PROPOSED SEVERAL CHANGES CDC SERIOUSLY CONSIDERING THESE AND OTHERS STEPS
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES U.S. AIR FORCE HAS AWARDED MAJOR CONTRACT TO DEVELOP & MANUFACTURE NEXT GENERATION LONG-RANGE RADAR SYSTEM TO GROUP THAT INCLUDES SAAB SENSIS IN SYRACUSE CONTRACT WILL AUTHORIZE $71.8 MILLION IN SPENDING OVER 4 YEARS & COULD BE WORTH $1.3 BILLION OVER 10 YEARS; EXPECTED TO CREATE ONE HUNDRED LOCAL JOBS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $5.6 MILLION IN FEDERAL U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FUNDING FOR SPECIALTY CROPS ACROSS NEW YORK STATE
SCHUMER BREAKS GROUND ON FIRST-EVER HIGH-TECH INCUBATOR IN BROOME COUNTY; WILL HELP DEVELOP NEW HIGH-TECH COMPANIES, CREATE & SUPPORT HUNDREDS OF GOOD-PAYING JOBS SCHUMER HELPED SECURE $2 MILLION FOR BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY INITIATIVE
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $1.8 MILLION TO HELP NEW YORKERS WITH DISABILITIES FIND AND RETAIN GOOD JOBS
SCHUMER: BATTAGLIA DEMOLITION HAS BEEN SENDING NOXIOUS DUST CLOUDS INTO SENECA-BABCOCK COMMUNITY FOR YEARS, HURTING LOCAL FAMILIES & QUALITY OF LIFE SCHUMER URGES EPA TO STEP IN, REDUCE AIR POLLUTION & PROVIDE RELIEF FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS
September 2014
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND, TONKO ANNOUNCE NEARLY $300,000 IN FED FUNDS COMING TO CITY OF TROY TO PUT THREE MORE COPS ON THE BEAT FUNDS WILL HELP ENSURE SAFER STREETS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND, TONKO ANNOUNCE CITY OF SCHENECTADY SET TO RECEIVE $3.1 MILLION TO REMOVE LEAD FROM HOMES LEAD IS A SERIOUS HEALTH HAZARD & THESE FED FUNDS WILL HELP DECREASE EXPOSURE
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