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SHARP Network - Eric Massa (Candidate)
Provides brief biography, candidate questionnaire and political record on various scientific and technology policy issues. From Scientists and Engineers for America.
Families Together In New York State
Parent-run organization striving to provide a unified voice for children with emotional, behavioral, and social challenges. Includes news, parent chatroom, and resources on child mental health, juvenile justice, youth/parent rights, and related topics.
Property Rights Foundation of America, Inc.
A national, grassroots, NY-based not-for-profit organization dedicated to the right to own and use private property. Challenging the State's acquisition of the Champion International lands.
YouTube - Alice Kryzan Channel
Collection of videos from Alice Kryzan's U.S. House campaign including speeches, rallies, talking to voters and clips from the field.
Dedicated to preserving New York State's rich heritage of historic buildings, districts and landscapes through grant programs, technical support, legal assistance and public policy work.
DCCC - New Yorkaˆ™s 26th District
Provides the profile, accomplishments and video ads of Alice Kryzan, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Representative. From the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
New York State Council on Children and Families
Provides a neutral forum for the identification and resolution of issues that require policy planning and analysis within an interagency framework of the state government. Publishes Kids Count data, special reports, and information about statewide initiatives.
New York History Net
Portal offering links to academic conferences, state archives, book reviews, the World Trade Center, genealogy, museums, libraries, education, and dozens of sites of local and regional interest. Search function, featured sites, listserv.
The changes would also apply to other, previously unregulated tobacco products, including cigars, hookahs, nicotine gels, and pipe tobacco, and are aimed in large part at keeping these substances away from young people. "This proposed rule is the latest step in our efforts to make the next generation tobacco-free," said Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius in a press release announcing the reform. The proposal by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) would bring these products under the same rules that already apply to traditional cigarettes. And they would be prevented from advertising a lower health risk, compared to traditional cigarettes, unless the FDA confirms scientific evidence backing up the claim.