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2200 Ways to Cut Red Tape in NYS

2200 Ways to Cut Red Tape in NYS

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Senate Republican report on statewide hearings on cutting bureaucratic red tape to create jobs. The Watertown hearing featured agriculture, and was hosted by Senator Patty Ritchie.
Senate Republican report on statewide hearings on cutting bureaucratic red tape to create jobs. The Watertown hearing featured agriculture, and was hosted by Senator Patty Ritchie.

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Majority Coalition Members
 
Senator Patrick M. Gallivan
 (59
th
 District, Elma), Deputy Republican Conference Leader for Economic Development
, said: “It’s no secret that the  biggest challenge facing New York’s families and businesses is the state’s still
recovering economy, particularly upstate. This is the result of a myriad of problems,
first among them being the state’s suffocating regulator 
y environment. Regulations in  New York are tantamount to death by a thousand cuts for small businesses and large employers alike. I am proud to join with my colleagues in a bipartisan manner to eliminate needless red tape and foster an economic environment where existing
 business can grow and new ones want to locate.”
 
Senator David J. Valesky
 (53
rd
 District, Oneida), Chair of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Economic Development, and Small Business
, said:
We know that businesses in general are affected by over-regulation and bureaucracy. These forums will give us the opportunity to listen to the challenges faced by different sectors and industries, to learn which regulations are most cumbersome, and to find a way to help. I look forward to having these conversations and to working with my colleagues in the subsequent legislative session to find long-term solutions that will help Ne
w York State businesses thrive.”
 
Senator Kathleen A. Marchione
 (43
rd
 District, Halfmoon), Chair of the
Senate’s A
dministrative Regulations Review Commission (ARRC)
, said:
“Making New York more affordable for families and creating more good
-paying jobs
so our kids can stay here, begins with rolling back, revising and cutting Albany’s
costly bureaucratic red tape, rules and regulations. Our regulatory reform public forums are a critically important part of our ongoing efforts to deliver real regulatory
relief and get New York’s private sector economy moving again. I am looking
forward to taking part in these statewide forums so I can hear firsthand from job
creators what we can do to have Albany stop hurting and start helping.”
 
Senator David Carlucci
 (38
th
 District, Rockland/Westchester)
,
Past Chair
 
of the Senate’s Administrative Regulations Review Commission (ARRC)
, said:
Small businesses are the heart and soul of the New York state economy. These  public forums will provide a genuine opportunity to discuss policy ideas to rid small  businesses from bureaucratic red tape. We must do everything possible to attract and retain the best and the brightest to do business in the Empire State. This includes  putting in place the regulatory framework that makes the most sense. I am looking forward to working with my Senate colleagues and small business owners on this important bipartisan initiativ
e.”
 
 
 
 
Majority Coalition Staff
Todd Aldinger Senator Gallivan Adriano Bongiorno Senator Valesky Keith Bryan Senator Gallivan Amanda Dermady Senator Gallivan Peter Gemellaro Senator Marchione/ARRC Jessica Joyce Senator Valesky John Koury Senator Marchione/ARRC Zachary Primeau Senator Gallivan
Additional Thanks
Majority Coalition Leaders Dean Skelos and Jeffrey Klein Participating Fellow Elected Officials:
Senator Philip Boyle Senator John DeFrancisco Senator John Flanagan Senator Mark Grisanti Senator William Larkin Senator Elizabeth Little Senator Jack Martins
Senator Thomas O’Mara
 Senator Patty Ritchie Senator Joseph Robach Senator James Seward Assemblyman Mark Johns
Location Hosts:
Corning Community College Dulles State Office Building Monroe County Office Building  Nanuet Public Library  Nassau County Executive & Legislative Building Quad Graphics Roswell Park Cancer Institute Syracuse City Hall

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