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Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris on Governor Cuomo’s Resignation

NEW YORK – Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris issued the following statement following the announcement of Governor Cuomo’s resignation on August 10:

“Today is a sad but necessary day in our state’s history. The Governor’s resignation is an important step in the process of ensuring accountability and acknowledging the harm done by his behavior. I thank the women who came forward with such courage to have their voices heard and help make New York a safer, fairer place.

“There is much work to do to continue the state’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, help those who have been left behind and create a more equitable society. I look forward to working with Kathy Hochul to address these needs.”

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