News & Updates

Sony Hacks: Cuomo Pay to Play Revealed

By Kieran Lalor, on Apr 18, 2015
East Fishkill, NY -  Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor (R,C,I - East Fishkill) is renewing his call for Albany to end New York's $420 million tax credit subsidy for Hollywood after new revelations into Sony's pay-to-play campaign contributions to Governor Cuomo.

Poughkeepsie City Council's Anti-Second Amendment Bill Would Limit Right to Self-Defense

By Kieran Lalor, on Apr 18, 2015

Poughkeepsie, NY - Poughkeepsie Mayor John Tkazyik (R), Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor (R,C,I - East Fishkill), Poughkeepsie City Council Minority Leader Lee David Klein (R) and the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association hosted a press conference exposing the Poughkeepsie City Council's anti-Second Amendment proposal today.

Lalor Asks, "Where Are Cuomo's Start-Up NY's Jobs" Reiterates Call to Shut Down Start-Up

By Kieran Lalor, on Apr 6, 2015

East Fishkill, NY - (4/6/15) - After a report by Empire State Development revealed Governor Cuomo's signature economic development program, Start-Up NY, has created just 76 jobs<span style="col

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in NY's Budget

By Kieran Lalor, on Apr 1, 2015

"In five years, Governor Cuomo has increased an already bloated budget by 10%. That’s $14 billion more this year than just five years ago. Florida has a larger population and half the state budget. How can we compete with that if we don’t get spending under control? This budget doesn’t do anything to make New York more job-friendly or stop the exodus of New Yorkers to other states. There are a few good things in this budget, many bad things and some downright ugly aspects. Consequently, I voted against the budget bills."

Lalor's Bipartisan Op-Ed w/ Assmb. Skartados: Give judges ability to let sentence fit crime

By Kieran Lalor, on Mar 29, 2015

In 2012, a convicted felon was fleeing from the police when he ran a red light in the City of Poughkeepsie and hit another car. Town of Poughkeepsie residents Shawn and Patricia Wonderly died in the crash, while the Wonderlys' two young children survived.

Today, as the Wonderly children grow up without parents, the killer, Ryan Floryan, who was wanted on a parole violation and was driving over twice the speed limit to avoid police, is serving a sentence that simply does not match the severity of the crime he committed.