Press Releases

November 2013
SCHUMER PUSHES PLAN TO BOOST BUSINESS FOR WAYNE COUNTYS DEFISHER FARMS FARM NEEDS FEDERAL PERMIT TO OPEN NEW APPLE CIDERY NEW DEFINITION OF HARD APPLE CIDER WILL LOWER TAXES ON PRODUCT
SCHUMER: WITH SPIKE IN PRICE OF IRON, COPPER, AND OTHER METALS, CROOKS ARE STEALING FROM HOMES, BUSINESSES EVEN RAILWAYS SENATOR LAUNCHES PLAN TO CRACK DOWN ON THEFT FROM CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE THAT ENDANGERS BINGHAMTON RESIDENTS
SCHUMER VISITS MIDDLETOWNS PRESIDENTIAL PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR GRAND OPENING LAST YEAR, SCHUMER HELPED SECURE $20 MILLION IN FEDERAL RACE TO THE TOP FUNDS FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR NEW SCHOOL, EQUIPMENT HIGH SCHOOL COURSES
SCHUMER: OVER 40% OF THEFTS IN DUTCHESS COUNTY INVOLVE CELL PHONES, RATE IS ONLY RISING SENATOR ANNOUNCES LEGISLATION TO CRACKDOWN ON BLACK MARKET FOR CELL PHONES THAT WILL MAKE TAMPERING WITH THE UNIQUE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER OF A STOLEN CELL PHONE A FEDERAL CRIME
SCHUMER UNVEILS LEGISLATION THAT WOULD OPEN PATHWAY FOR MCGINN-SMITH VICTIMS TO APPEAL FOR FINANCIAL RELIEF SCHUMER BILL WOULD COMPEL SECURITIES INVESTOR PROTECTION CORP TO TAKE UP MCGINN-SMITH APPEAL IF REFERRED BY SEC
AFTER PUSH, SCHUMER ANNOUNCES FEDS HAVE APPROVED $246K GRANT THAT NATL WOMENS HALL OF FAME IN SENECA FALLS NEEDED TO COMPLETE PHASE II CONSTRUCTION GRANT WAS AT RISK IF IT WAS NOT ALLOCATED BEFORE END OF THE YEAR
SCHUMER: JUST-PASSED DRUG COMPOUNDING BILL, NOW HEADED TO PRESIDENT FOR SIGNATURE, PROTECTS FINCH PAPER JOBS IN GLENS FALLS SENATOR FOUGHT TO EXCLUDE HARMFUL PROVISION THAT WOULD HAVE REMOVED CRITICAL INFO PACKETS FROM RX DRUGS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE OVER $35,000 FOR ROBBINS FAMILY GRAIN COMPANY TO PURCHASE ENERGY EFFICIENT GRAIN DRYER IN JEFFERSON COUNTY
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE OVER $400,000 FOR WOODCREST DAIRY IN ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY FOR ENERGY GENERATION PROJECT
SCHUMER: 75% OF REPORTED ROBBERIES IN ROCHESTER INVOLVE CELL PHONES, RATE IS ONLY RISING SENATOR ANNOUNCES LEGISLATION TO CRACKDOWN ON BLACK MARKET FOR CELL PHONES THAT WILL MAKE TAMPERING WITH THE UNIQUE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER OF A STOLEN CELL PHONE A FEDERAL CRIME
SCHUMER: BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY PARTNERS HAVE RECEIVED FINAL $2 MILLION FEDERAL INFRASTRUCTURE AWARD TO CREATE FIRST-EVER HIGH-TECH INCUBATOR IN SOUTHERN TIER INVESTMENT WILL HELP DEVELOP NEW HIGH-TECH COMPANIES, CREATE AND SUPPORT HUNDREDS OF JOBS IN REGION
SCHUMER PITCHES TO SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY CEOs ADVANTAGES OF GENESEE COUNTY STAMP SITE FOR NEW CHIP-FAB AHEAD OF ANNUAL SIA MEETING, SENATOR PROMOTES UPSTATE NY AS WORLD CENTER OF GROWING SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING
AFTER PUSH, SCHUMER ANNOUNCES LIBERTY PUMPS SECURES THE FOREIGN TRADE ZONE MANUFACTURING STATUS NEEDED TO RETAIN AND GROW JOBS PUTS GENESEE COUNTY COMPANY ON LEVEL PLAYING FIELD WITH FOREIGN COMPETITORS
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES BAE SYSTEMS IN ENDICOTT SET TO RECEIVE $7 MILLION ARMY CONTRACT
October 2013
SCHUMER FIGHTS FOR END OF PROHIBITION-ERA RESTRICTION ON SHIPPING BEER, WINE, SPIRITS VIA U.S. POSTAL SERVICE PLAN WOULD ADD ESTIMATED $225 MILLION IN NEW ANNUAL REVENUE FOR STRUGGLING USPS PROVIDE ECONOMIC BOOST FOR UPSTATE NY BEVERAGE BUSINESSES
SCHUMER, IN A PERSONAL CALL TO ASSISTANT SECRETARY WASHBURN, URGES FED BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS TO MEET WITH LOCAL SENECA CAYUGA COUNTY OFFICIALS TO EXPLAIN STATUS OF CAYUGA TRIBES LAND-INTO-TRUST APPLICATION AFTER DISMISSAL IN 2011, APPLICATION IS REPORTEDLY BEING RECONSIDERED WITHOUT LOCAL INPUT OR NOTIFICATION
AFTER SENATORS PUSH, SCHUMER ANNOUNCES OVER $24 MILLION FOR OWEGO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FEDERAL FUNDING TO REPLACE ELEMNTARY SCHOOL DESTROYED IN TROPICAL STORM LEE
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES PEOPLE, INC. OF ERIE COUNTY AWARDED OVER $380,000 IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR SENIOR COMPANION PROGRAM THAT WILL MATCH 150 NEW LOCAL SENIOR CITIZENS WITH TRAINED VOLUNTEERS FOR DAILY ASSISTANCE
SCHUMER, SECRETARY FOXX, ON EVE OF 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF HURRICANE SANDY, ANNOUNCE FEDS TO REIMBURSE MTA AN ESTIMATED $236 FOR REBUILDING R TRAIN TUNNEL, PROVIDE FUNDS QUICKER THAN EVER BEFORE
SCHUMER VISITS SPROUT CREEK FARM TO INTRODUCE PLAN TO DEFEND GROW CHEESE PRODUCTION IN HUDSON VALLEY, UPSTATE NEW YORK WILL PUSH FOR CORNELL GRANT FIGHT NEW RESTRICTIONS THAT WOULD PREVENT NY CHEESE INDUSTRY FROM USING COMMONLY-USED CHEESE NAMES LIKE FETA OR PARMESAN
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