Assemblymember Reilly unveils POW/MIA remembrance “Chair of Honor” at special dedication ceremony on Staten Island’s South Shore

“While POW/MIA chairs are found across the United States, including at the United State Capitol in Emancipation Hall, it is found at only a few official places in the State of New York, including at the New York State Capitol, Staten Island Borough Hall, and now on Staten Island’s South Shore, at Assemblymember Reilly’s district office.”

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Reilly & Where to Turn continue partnership offering community service credit in exchange for recycled campaign signs

“With Election Day behind us, it is now time to begin collecting the political signage that had been posted throughout Staten Island by various campaigns over the past several months…”

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Statement from Assemblymember Reilly regarding today’s safety incident at Susan Wagner High School

“The safety incident that occurred at Wagner High School today is deeply concerning and warrants a full investigation by school officials and the NYPD; however, it is important to point out that, while the incident itself may not have been avoidable, its escalation could have been — and, above all, it is proof of the detrimental impact that City Hall and the Department of Education’s policies have had on the safety of our public school students and staff.”

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Statement from Assemblymember Reilly on the suspension of the Assembly’s impeachment investigation into Andrew Cuomo

“These concerns transcend politics — that’s proven by the consensus held by a majority of members in the State Legislature who believe that failing to complete this investigation fails the millions of New Yorkers we collectively represent.”

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Statement from Assemblymember Reilly on the resignation of Governor Andrew Cuomo

“Make no mistake about it – Andrew Cuomo’s resignation as Governor of New York is welcome news, but I implore my colleagues on the Assembly Judiciary Committee to continue with their investigation.”

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Statement from Assemblymember Reilly on the New York City vaccine mandate

“I do not believe that government has a place to mandate this vaccine, especially considering that it has not yet received full approval from the health experts within the federal government.”

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Governor Cuomo signs Reilly/Lanza legislation to provide grant eligibility to the Sandy Ground Historical Museum

It was announced that Governor Andrew Cuomo had recently signed legislation introduced by Assemblymember Michael Reilly (R-Staten Island) and Senator Andrew Lanza (R-Staten Island) which would authorize the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY) to provide financing through grant opportunities to the Sandy Ground Historical Museum.

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Statement from Assemblymember Reilly on the end of New York’s COVID-19 restrictions

“While it is good to see that Governor Cuomo is finally starting to take his own advice, there is no denying that today’s announcement is several weeks, maybe even several months, too late.”

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Statement from Assemblymember Reilly on the end of the 2021 legislative session

“Instead of taking this final opportunity to address the issues affecting everyday New Yorkers, millions of whom are still struggling to recover from the devastating impact that the COVID-19 Pandemic had on their way of life, Albany Democrats focused on enacting an agenda largely aimed at the further degradation of our state’s criminal justice system.“

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Statement from Assemblymember Reilly in response to recent remarks made by Mayor de Blasio on the COVID-19 vaccination of students in public schools

“As I have stated previously, I believe that it is an individual’s personal choice as to whether they receive the COVID-19 vaccine or not.  The same applies to those under the age of 18, whose parents should have the right to provide consent before inoculation occurs.”

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