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State Assemblyman Steve Hawley says the dysfunction in Albany has reached what he calls, a breaking point.
The Batavia Republican took aim at a piece of legislation that came before the assembly yesterday afternoon.

Hawley said in the midst of a budget crisis, the assembly leadership brought to the floor a vote on legislation to save - seahorses

Hawley said the assembly should be working around the clock until the budget is passed.

He said he voted "no" on the seahorse legislation as a protest of the "dysfunctionality in the State Legislature."


PHOTO: State Assembly Vote Recording Board showing the proposed legislation regarding the safety of seahorses





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