Assembly Republican Review Committee Publishes Legislative Agenda For 2015-16

The Assembly Republican Review Committee (ARRC) has released its agenda for the 2015-16 legislative cycle, detailing the priorities of Assembly Republicans and outlining specific bills and programs being advanced by the conference.
ARRC is a nine-member panel, elected by members of the Republican Conference charged with the development and review of legislation and programs. The ARRC Legislative Agenda is developed through input from all conference members and serves as the blueprint of conference priorities. The 2015-16 ARRC Agenda provides information about specific policy proposals in the categories of:
Taxes and Mandate Relief                    Government Reform
Economic Development                         Energy and Infrastructure
Education                                              Public Safety
Volunteers and Veterans                      Health and Human Services
State Budget Smart Solutions
The 2015-16 ARRC Legislative Agenda can be viewed here:
“The work of the ARRC members is instrumental in setting priorities and achieving objectives that help 19 million New Yorkers,” said Assembly Republican Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Canandaigua).“From education, to tax relief, to job creation, Assembly Republicans maintain a steadfast commitment to advancing legislation that improves our state and enhances the communities we represent. This endeavor is driven by the members, and I congratulate ARRC and our entire conference for their diligence and commitment to these important priorities.” 
“The Assembly Republican Conference has always been known for its great ideas and solution-driven approach to legislating. The Assembly Republican Review Committee has put together a list of ideas that ensures New Yorkers are given every opportunity to succeed,” said ARRC Chairman Raymond Walter (R,C,I-Amherst). “I would like to thank all of the members of the committee and the entire conference for their hard work in compiling this important set of legislative solutions.”

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