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GOP Assembly Members of Judiciary Committee on Cuomo Impeachment Process

ALBANY – On August 11, the New York State Republican Assembly Members of the Judiciary Committee, including Assemblyman Michael Tannousis, released the following statement on the impeachment process of Governor Andrew Cuomo:

"The Republican members of the Assembly Committee remain committed to completing our impeachment investigation of the governor. The people of the state of New York deserve a full, public disclosure of the information obtained diming our search for the truth. We intend to hold Gov. Andrew Cuomo accountable on behalf of his victims, including the 15,000 innocent lives lost in nursing homes. This has been a thorough, significant endeavor and we will strive to bring closure to all of the grieving families.”

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Assemblyman Michael Montesano, Ranking Republican Member; Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes; Assemblyman Mike Norris, Assemblyman Keith P. Brown, Assemblywoman Mary Beth Walsh, and Assemblyman Michael Tannousis.

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