Press Releases

June 2021
IN FIRST VISIT AS MAJORITY LEADER, SCHUMER TO DISCUSS CHENANGO’S ECONOMIC FUTURE WITH LOCAL LEADERS; SENATOR OUTLINES IMPACT OF MASSIVE COVID RESCUE RELIEF TO COUNTY; SENATOR DELIVERS MILLIONS FOR CHENANGO’S FAMILIES, WORKERS, & SMALL BUSINESSES
VISITING CUTTING EDGE VIDEO GAME CREATOR, VELAN STUDIOS, SCHUMER CALLS FOR FEDERAL INVESTMENT TO RAMP UP GAME DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY IN CAPITAL REGION; VELAN, CREATOR OF INTERNATIONALLY POPULAR MARIO KART LIVE & KNOCKOUT CITY, WOULD CREATE 350 NEW JOBS BY LAUNCHING VIDEO GAME ACCELERATOR PROGRAM, TURBOCHARGING COMPANY & GROWING THE CAPITAL REGION’S FOOTPRINT AS A LEADING TECH HUB
WITH +250% INCREASE IN MADISON COUNTY’S MENTAL HEALTH CRISES LAST YEAR, SCHUMER REVEALS: NEARLY $5B FROM AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ON-THE-WAY TO HELP COMBAT SILENT TOLL OF THE PANDEMIC; AS MENTAL HEALTH CRISES RISE THROUGHOUT REGION, SCHUMER PUSHES TO GET FUNDING DIRECTLY TO CNY PROVIDERS ASAP AS PART OF REGION’S RECOVERY FROM COVID-19
May 2021
SCHUMER, IN MEETING WITH MICRON’S TOP LEADERSHIP, MAKES PUSH TO BUILD NEW MICRON MEMORY FAB IN UPSTATE NY; WITH POTENTIAL TO CREATE THOUSANDS OF NEW JOBS, SENATOR SAYS HISTORIC FEDERAL SEMICONDUCTOR FAB INCENTIVE LEGISLATION WILL BE CATALYST TO BRING COMPANY TO NY
GILLIBRAND, SCHUMER CALL ON USDA TO DELIVER ADDITIONAL RELIEF TO NEW YORK DAIRY FARMERS TO SUPPORT RECOVERY FROM ECONOMIC CRISIS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND, HIGGINS, REED ANNOUNCE OMB GREENLIGHTS LONG-SOUGHT PILOT RECORD DATABASE AFTER MORE THAN A DECADE OF ACTIVISM BY FLIGHT 3407 FAMILIES; DATABASE, AFTER BEING DELAYED FOR YEARS, WILL HELP ENSURE EXPERIENCED, CAPABLE, AND QUALIFIED PILOTS ACROSS THE AVIATION INDUSTRY
SCHUMER STATEMENT ON SAMSUNG’S PLANS TO BUILD A CHIP FAB IN THE U.S.
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE OVER $21.1 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR UPSTATE NY AIRPORT
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE REVISED FY ’21 FUNDING FOR PUBLIC HOUSING ACROSS NEW YORK STATE
SCHUMER, IN PERSONAL CALL TO DHS SECRETARY MAYORKAS, URGES FEDS TO WORK WITH CANADIANS TO ADOPT NEW ESSENTIAL TRAVELER RULES & IMPLEMENT HIS PLAN FOR BINATIONAL BORDER REOPENING AGREEMENT ASAP
SCHUMER AND GILLIBRAND STATEMENT ON DOT’S ANNOUNCEMENT OF LOCAL HIRE PILOT PROGRAM FOR HIGHWAY AND OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
SCHUMER INTRODUCES LANDMARK LEGISLATION TO INVEST $53 BILLION IN DOMESTIC SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY, FUEL AMERICAN INNOVATION & CREATE JOBS IN UPSTATE NY; SCHUMER’S BILL IS THE BLUEPRINT TO MAKING NY A GLOBAL HUB FOR SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING & OTHER TECH INDUSTRIES
AFTER TIRELESSLY ADVOCATING FOR PFAS CLEAN UP AT STEWART, SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND, MALONEY ANNOUNCE STEWART’S GAME-CHANGING SELECTION FOR ACCELERATED AND WELL-FUNDED FEDERAL DEFENSE ENVIRONMENTAL CLEAN-UP PROGRAM; STEWART’S SELECTION FAST TRACKS CLEAN-UP – NOW SET TO TAKE MONUMENTAL STEP FORWARD THIS YEAR
SCHUMER STATEMENT ON PENN STATION ACCESS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE $1+ MILLION IN FED INVESTMENT HEADED TO ADIRONDACK NORTH COUNTRY FOR PANDEMIC RESPONSE PLANNING, ADDING MORE THAN 200 NEW JOBS AND SAVING ALMOST 1,500 EXISTING ONES
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND, BOWMAN ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $1.2 MILLION IN ADDITIONAL FED FUNDING TO WESTCHESTER COUNTY FOR HURRICANE SANDY REPAIRS AT GLEN ISLAND PARK IN NEW ROCHELLE
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE THE RECONNECTING COMMUNITIES ACT TO REVITALIZE UPSTATE NY COMMUNITIES DIVIDED BY HIGHWAYS, DRAMATICALLY INCREASING ECONOMIC INVESTMENT IN HISTORICALLY DISADVANTAGED AREAS
SCHUMER, IN CALL TO CEO, URGES DOOSAN BOBCAT AND BUFFALO-BASED VIRIDI PARENTE TO DEVELOP AND ASSEMBLE ELECTRIC VEHICLE MODELS OF COMPACT CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT IN WESTERN NEW YORK, POTENTIALLY BRINGING HUNDREDS OF NEW UNION JOBS TO FORMER AMERICAN AXLE PLANT ON EAST SIDE
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND, RE-UP SENATE PLAN TO SET FEDERAL LIMOUSINE-SAFETY REGULATIONS & CLOSE SAFETY LOOPHOLES TO GET DANGEROUS LIMOS OFF THE ROAD & SAVE LIVES
AS NEW YORK PREPARES TO REOPEN FOR BUSINESS, SCHUMER CALLS ON FEDS TO IMMEDIATELY WORK WITH CANADIAN OFFICIALS AND DEVELOP CONCRETE PLAN TO REOPEN THE NORTHERN BORDER ASAP; SENATOR SAYS CLEAR GUIDELINES FOR REOPENING MUST BE ESTABLISHED AS THE NORTH COUNTRY’S ECONOMY DEPENDS ON SUMMER SEASON, CROSS-BORDER TRAFFIC
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