Sunday, July 12, 2009

About time some one in Albany NY got their head out of their ass.

ALBANY -- Citing the month-long impasse in the state Senate, Assemblyman James Tedisco, R-Glenville, said he is introducing a bill that would allow voters to recall any officials they feel haven't met their duties.
Under the "recall" law, the electorate could collect signatures for petitions to remove any state elected official, Tedisco said. For a governor or attorney general, 50,000 signatures would be needed. For state legislators, including senators and assembly members, the lesser of 10 percent of the votes in their district or 5,000 signatures would be needed.

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